Multimodal biometrics: Empirical study of performance-throughput trade-off
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The paper briefly describes results of empirical study on performance (as measured by ROC) and throughput (as measured by number of matches per sec) of multimodal biometrics. We use cascaded multimodal biometric identification. Experiments show that cascaded multimodal biometric fusion improves both throughput and performance.
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