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Risk Assessment in the Face-based Watchlist Screening in e-Border

by   Kenneth Lai, et al.
University of Calgary

This paper concerns with facial-based watchlist technology as a component of automated border control machines deployed in e-borders. The key task of the watchlist technology is to mitigate effects of mis-identification and impersonation. To address this problem, we developed a novel cost-based model of traveler risk assessment and proved its efficiency via intensive experiments using large-scale facial databases. The results of this study are applicable to any biometric modality to be used in watchlist technology.


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