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Measuring the Correlation of Personal Identity Documents in Structured Format

by   Sachithra Dangalla, et al.

Personal identity documents play a major role in every citizen's life and the authorities responsible for validating them typically require human intervention to manually cross-check multiple documents belonging to an individual. The world is rapidly replacing physical documents with digital documents where every piece of data is stored digitally in a machine-readable and structured format. In this paper, we describe a technique to extract identity data from a structured data format and calculate a normalized correlation score for personal identity documents. Experimental results show that the proposed technique effectively calculates the correlation score for personal identity documents.


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