Biometrics within the SuperIdentity project: A new approach to spanning multiple identity domains

R. Guest, O. Miguel-Hurtado, S.V. Stevenage, G.J. Neil, S. Black

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Abstract

This paper presents a new approach to user identity currently being explored within the SuperIdentity project and outlines the specific role that biometric measurements can contribute towards a modelling process. The SuperIdentity project aims to define a novel holistic model wherein the proven strengths of relationships between facets of identity are mapped. These facets are drawn from both real and digital worlds and are categorised into four domains: biographic, psychological, biometrics and cyber-behaviour. Examples from a sample database explicitly collected to accomplish the aims of the project are also presented.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2014

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