A Modified Algorithm for User Identification by His Typing on the Keyboard
In this paper the authors modify their previous kNN algorithm and present a modification to improve the algorithm by considering key inner and interclass distinguishability. The suggested approach is tested on a large group of individuals with data gathered over Internet using browser-based WWW application. The obtained results are promising and encouraging for further development in this area.
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