Biometric quality: avoiding the GIGO principle
Biometric quality: Avoiding the GIGO principle
June 22nd, 12:30pm
“Garbage In, Garbage Out”. The well-known computer science GIGO principle summarises in a very efficient and graphic manner, the pivotal role played by the soundness of the data given as input to any computerised system, in the meaningfulness of the output results. As in any other area of science, only nonsense conclusions can be expected from flawed premises. And automated biometric systems are no exception to this rule.
The current webinar will deepen into how the estimation of biometric quality and quality metrics can help to avoid the GIGO principle, how it can be measured, how can quality metrics be evaluated, and their multiple applications in biometrics.
Attendance is free of charge but registration is required. Registered participants will receive dial-in credentials in the morning of the event.