Intelligent Pressure-Based Typing Biometrics System
The design and development of a real-time enhanced password security system, based on the analysis of habitual typing rhythms of individuals, is discussed in this paper. The paper examines the use of force exerted on the keyboard and time latency between keystrokes to create typing patterns for individual users. Pressure signals which are taken from the sensors underneath the keypad are extracted accordingly. These are then used to recognize authentic users and reject imposters. An experimental setup has been developed to capture the pressure signal information of the users’ typing rhythm. Neuro-fuzzy system is employed as the classifier to measure the user’s typing pattern using the Adaptive Neural Fuzzy Inference System toolbox (ANFIS) in MATLAB.
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