Monthly Archives: October 2011


Excerpt from Wikipedia: Anthropometry (Greek anthropos (άνθρωπος – “man”) and metron (μέτρον – “measure”) therefore “measurement of man”) refers to the measurement of the human individual. An early tool of physical anthropology, it has been used for identification, for the … Continue reading

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Soft Biometrics

Excerp from Wikipedia: Soft Biometrics traits are physical, behavioural or adhered human characteristics, classifiable in pre–defined human compliant categories. These categories are, unlike in the classical biometric case, established and time–proven by humans with the aim of differentiating individuals. In … Continue reading

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