Various Techniques To Increases Searching Speed, Unification, Reduce Installation Cost & Memory Consumption

Concurrently these techniques will provide universal unification for each human that can solve various security and accessing related problems. All the three methods would contain very small size database for whole universe’s humans, and that integrated and common database would be accessible very efficiently. The advantage of these methods is that these can be used in integrated mode or can be applicable individually according to the necessity. Further these methods would be used for accessing online or offline accounts like bank accounts, social networking sites accounts etc. Moreover it enhances the concept of internet security or access security which has always been the main aim of biometrics. I am explaining my techniques using fingerprint technology & further we are flexible to use these techniques with any other technology like iris scan, facial scan etc.

Publication Date
23 August 2012

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biometrics fingerprinting


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