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Evaluating behavioral biometrics for continuous authentication: challenges and metrics

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In recent years, behavioral biometrics have become a popular approach to support continuous authentication systems. Most generally, a continuous authentication system can make two types of errors: false rejects and false accepts. Based on this, the most commonly reported metrics to evaluate systems are the False Reject Rate (FRR) and False Accept Rate (FAR). However, most papers only report the mean of these measures with little attention paid to their distribution. This is problematic as sys...

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10.1145/3052973.3053032

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Oxford, MPLS, Computer Science
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Oxford, MPLS, Computer Science
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Publication date:
2017-04-02
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2017-02-13
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pubs:679972
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uri:126411b1-2e76-4a00-8fdc-4c6bf5dacb90
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uuid:126411b1-2e76-4a00-8fdc-4c6bf5dacb90
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pubs:679972
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978-1-4503-4944-4/17/04

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