Soft Biometrical Students Identification Method for e-Learning
bf The paper describes a soft biometrical characteristics based approach to the students’ identification process to be used mainly for e-learning environments. This approach is designed to increase security of the examination process from the involved attendees’ identification point of view and should improve the overall security in relatively weakly protected e-learning systems. The approach is called "soft" as doesn’t require any special systems to be used other than e-learning pages embedded software. The paper discusses how the approach can be applied and what kind methods should be used together with the proposed one to produce a complete identification system for e-learning.
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