In biometrics it is a type of fingerprint identification and verification process where the biometrics sample is matched to the user, showing the user is who he or she claims to be. Compare with one-to-many.
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- iris recognition
In biometrics is is a type of physical identification that is based on the personal and unique characteristics of the iris — the colored ring around the pupil of an eye. Similar to the more common fingerprint recognition, iris recognition is based on scanning a person’s iris and comparing the scan to a stored photograph […]
- rule-based system
In computer science, a rule-based system is a set of “if-then” statements that uses a set of assertions, to which rules on how to act upon those assertions are created. In software development, rule-based systems can be used to create software that will provide an answer to a problem in place of a human expert. […]
- backward chaining
In artificial intelligence (AI) systems, backward chaining refers to a scenario where the AI has been provided with a specific goal and must “work backwards” to figure out how to achieve the set goal. To do this, the AI would look back through the rule-based system to find actions in the “then” rules.
- forward chaining
In artificial intelligence (AI) systems, forward chaining refers to a scenario where the AI has been provided with a specific problem must “work forwards” to figure out how to solve the set problem. To do this, the AI would look back through the rule-based system to find the “if” rules and determine which rules to […]
- SAN services
SAN services, short for Storage Area Network (SAN) services, is a technology used by businesses to obtain greater flexibility in their data storage. A Storage Area Network (SAN) provides raw storage devices across a network, and is typically sold as a service to customers who also purchase other services. SAN services may also be administered […]