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Biometric System and Data Analysis

Design, Evaluation, and Data Mining

Dunstone, Ted, Yager, Neil

2009, XX, 268 p.

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From the reviews: “This book brings together a discussion on biometric systems, statistics, and machine learning. Its aim is to help us understand biometric data, measurements of such systems, and the ability to interpret them is highly desirable. … The book suits the needs of many practitioners, those involved with data in all its forms, and also would make useful reading for those who are studying systems, cybernetics, and management in the many and varied courses now being made available worldwide.” (W. R. Howard, Kybernetes, Vol. 38 (9), 2009)

 

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