Management implications of the use of multiple retinal patterns as a means of personal identification
Cox, Amry Stout
Poock, Gary K.
Lyons, Norman R.
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A group of 51 adults was studied to determine of multiple patterns improved the overall recognition rates of a selected retinal scan device. The experimental mode was a laboratory simulation of a locking door mechanism controlled via The EveDentification System 7.5. The study examined single, double or triple patterns of individual participants over the course of eight weeks to see if any improvement in successful recognition rates over all three groups regardless of the number of templates in memory. No false acceptances were recorded for the experiment. The conclusion drawn from this study was that the use of multiple patterns versus the us of a single eye template reference pattern, with the EyeDentification System 7.5, did not significantly increase the overall success rate of recognition for a given population.
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