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Biometrics

Physiological or Behavioral

To elaborate on this definition, physiological biometrics are based on measurements and data derived from direct measurement of a part of the human body. Fingerprint, iris-scan, retina-scan, hand geometry, and facial recognition are leading physiological biometrics.

Behavioral characteristics are based on an action taken by a person. Behavioral biometrics, in turn, are based on measurements and data derived from an action, and indirectly measure characteristics of the human body. Voice recognition, keystroke-scan, and signature-scan are leading behavioral biometric technologies. One of the defining characteristics of a behavioral biometric is the incorporation of time as a metric the measured behavior has a beginning, middle and end.
 

 

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