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    Davide Maltoni,Dario Maio,Anil K. Jain,Salil Prabhakar
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This handbook on automatic fingerprint recognition provides in-depth coverage of the most recent advances .

This handbook on automatic fingerprint recognition provides in-depth coverage of the most recent advances and practices. Readers will find comprehensive and authoritative coverage of all the major concepts, topics, and security methods associated with fingerprint recognition systems. Coverage includes: sensing, feature extraction and matching, synthetic fingerprint image generation, indexing, and multimodal systems.

The authors of this book - Davide Maltoni, Dario Maio, Salil Prabhakar, and Anil K. Jain - are undoubtedly some of the most well known and respected experts in the world on the topic of fingerprint recognition.

Handbook provides authoritative and comprehensive coverage of all major . Handbook of Fingerprint Recognition Springer Professional Computing.

Handbook provides authoritative and comprehensive coverage of all major topics, concepts, and methods for fingerprint security systems. Handbook provides authoritative and comprehensive coverage of all major topics, concepts, and methods for fingerprint security systems.

Biometric recognition can provide better security, higher efficiency, and increased user convenience. A number of biometric technologies have been developed and several of them are being used in a variety of applications.

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This handbook provides in-depth coverage of the most recent advances and practices. Readers will find comprehensive and authoritative coverage of all the major concepts, topics, and security methods associated with fingerprint recognition

This handbook provides in-depth coverage of the most recent advances and practices. Readers will find comprehensive and authoritative coverage of all the major concepts, topics, and security methods associated with fingerprint recognition. The accompanying DVD also provides FVC2004 DB.

This handbook on automatic fingerprint recognition covers concepts, topics, and security methods associated with fingerprint recognition . David Maltoni, Anil K. Jain, Salil Prabhakar, Dario Maio. Place of Publication. Computing: Professional & Programming.

This handbook on automatic fingerprint recognition covers concepts, topics, and security methods associated with fingerprint recognition systems. It includes sensing, feature extraction and matching. Springer Professional Computing.

HANDBOOK OF FINGERPRINT RECOGNITION, by Davide Maltoni, Dario Maio, Anil K. Jain and Salil Probhakar, Springer, New York, 2003, hardback, xii + 348 p. with DVD-ROM, ISBN 0-387-95431-7 (£46. 95 Finch Road, Earley, Reading RG6 7JX (UK). Published online by Cambridge University Press: 19 August 2004. Export citation Request permission.

With their proven individuality and stability over time, fingerprints continue to be the most widely used physiological characteristic in systems that automatically recognize a person's identity. This handbook on automatic fingerprint recognition provides in-depth coverage of the most recent advances and practices. Readers will find comprehensive and authoritative coverage of all the major concepts, topics, and security methods associated with fingerprint recognition systems. Coverage includes: sensing, feature extraction and matching, synthetic fingerprint image generation, indexing, and multimodal systems.

Features & Benefits:

* Covers the latest research in fingerprint-based recognition algorithms and techniques

* Provides introductory material on all components and modules of a fingerprint recognition system *Examines design of secure fingerprint systems

* Contains helpful chapter overviews and summaries and consistent notation, for ease of use and accessibility

* Includes a DVD containing both the FVC2002 and FVC2000 fingerprint databases (full versions) and a demo version of SFinGe software (for synthetic fingerprint image generation)

* Integrates numerous supporting graphs, tables, charts, and performance data

* Supplies an extensive annotated bibliography of citations and literature sources.

This comprehensive and authoritative reference, written by leading international researchers, covers all critical aspects of fingerprint security systems and technology. It is an absolutely essential resource for all biometric security professionals, researchers, practitioners, developers, and systems administrators.

About the Authors

Davide Maltoni is associate professor in the Dept. of Electronics, Informatics and Systems (DEIS) at the University of Bologna, where he also co-directs the Biometrics Systems Laboratory (BioLab).

Dario Maio is professor in the University of Bologna¿s DEIS, chair of Cesena campus and director of the BioLab.

Anil K. Jain is university-distinguished professor in the department of computer science and engineering at Michigan State University. He is a fellow of the IEEE and IAPR and holds six patents on algorithms for fingerprint recognition.

Salil Prabhakar leads the algorithms research group at DigitalPersona Inc., where he works on fingerprint-based biometric solutions.


Beazekelv
As a teacher and part-time research professor in the field of biometrics, I can recommend this book to anyone interested in the technical aspects of digital fingerprint biometrics.
It is studded with references to the key papers in the field.
You will also find a chapter on security and spoofing issues, which reviews everything from gel methods for faking a fingerprint through coding, encryption and the possibility of intercepting code transmissions to a server.
The book comes with software on a CDROM, an artificial fingerprint generator. One of the chapters reviews this generator and discusses its performance relative to collections of real fingerprints -- in particular, it can be used to generate a large set of mutated prints of a "same" finger, something needed for an authentics distribution, that most biometric data sets lack.
Those interested in other biometrics (face, iris, hand shape, etc.) will find a brief discussion of these in the first chapter.
Warning: while most non-technical readers will find this a useful reference book, it does not hesitate to discuss in depth the mathematical statistics and software issues involved in fingerprint biometrics.
Kadar
This is the best book on fingerprint recognition that I have read. This covers every aspect of fingerprint biometrics. Algorithms are provided with excellent analysis. Everything has exact references.

This was not just informative, but thorough. I well informed on Biometrics Identification. Nevertheless, this "handbook" informed me about processed developed recently that I have not seen before.

A good reference that I will keep on my desk for easy access.
Bandiri
I don't like the book but it arrived on time and in good shape. I would not recommend the book though it's full of reference to papers but you don't learn in the book about what is in these papers.
Fato
There's a lot of good reviews about this book, so there's not much to add.

I'm working in this business and never before read a book as detailed and clear as this one about Fingerprint Recognition.

Excellent for the inquisitive and a lot to learn for those already with know how.
Nikobar
very good book and seller
Lynnak
Handbook of Fingerprint Recognition is an excellent book and will appeal to anyone interested in biometrics or fingerprint recognition from an amateur level to actually being involved in the development of automatic fingerprint recognition algorithms. This handbook is an essential reading as it covers both an exhaustive survey of the fingerprint research literature as well as the numerous insights and advice. The book organizes, classifies, and presents hundreds of existing approached in a systematic way. The authors have mathematically formalized many research problems in fingerprint recognition and have included plenty of examples with visual aids to explain the concepts in a simple way. This handbook is the first known book entirely dedicated to the topic of automatic fingerprint recognition.
The Handbook of Fingerprint Recognition is written by the foremost leading international researchers in the field of biometrics and fingerprint recognition. The book contains a total of nine chapters, namely 1) Introduction, 2) Fingerprint Sensing, 3) Fingerprint Analysis and Representation, 4) Fingerprint Matching, 5) Fingerprint Classification and Indexing, 6) Synthetic Fingerprint Generation, 7) Multimodal Biometrics Systems, 8) Fingerprint Individuality, and 9) Securing Fingerprint Systems. Three of the chapters (1, 2, and 9) require no prior background and appeals to a wider audience including system integrators and security managers, but the rest of the core chapters require some familiarity with image/signal processing methods. The breadth of this book is phenomenal. For example, Chapter 4 covers not only the popular minutiae-based fingerprint matching algorithms but also correlation-based and various ridge-feature based fingerprint matching algorithms.
A DVD that contains all the fingerprint databases used in Fingerprint Verification Competition in year 2000 and 2002 is included with the book and is a valuable resource in testing your fingerprint recognition algorithms, since data collection is such an expensive process. A demo version of a synthetic fingerprint generator software (described in Chapter 6) is also included. You can use this software to create your own fingerprint databases at no cost. The book also contains an exhaustive bibliography, which makes it a great reference book.
Handbook of Fingerprint Recognition is the most comprehensive single source of information on biometrics and fingerprint recognition. I would recommend this book to anyone who would like to gain a technical understanding of this area - from the curious to the experts.
Kagaramar
The applications of Biometrics technology range from federated identity management to digital rights management, time and attendance, background checking, and homeland security. None of the biometric characteristics has received more attention till date than fingerprints. Fingerprint recognition is the most cost effective and accurate biometrics, which is evident from its rapid deployment in the widest range of security applications.
This book contains a plethora of information on every aspect of fingerprint recognition technology - introduction to biometrics and fingerprints, fingerprint sensing devices, feature extraction, matching, classification, synthetic fingerprint generation, multimodal systems, secure design, fingerprint individuality - you name it. The DVD accompanying this book will save you a lot of money and trouble of collecting your own data to test your algorithms.

The authors of this book - Davide Maltoni, Dario Maio, Salil Prabhakar, and Anil K. Jain - are undoubtedly some of the most well known and respected experts in the world on the topic of fingerprint recognition. It is no surprise that such extraordinary researchers have produced such an exceptional masterpiece.
Whether you are an inventor, developer, practitioner, forensic specialist, or system manager in this field looking for an excellent reference or just a novice looking for basic information on biometrics and fingerprint recognition technology, you must read this outstanding book.