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ANSI - INCITS/ISO/IEC 29197

Information technology - Evaluation methodology for environmental influence in biometric system performance

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Organization: ANSI
Publication Date: 1 January 2015
Status: active
Page Count: 32
scope:

This International Standard addresses

- fundamental requirements for planning and execution of environmental performance evaluations for biometric systems based on scenario and operational test methodologies,

- specifications to define, establish, and measure specific conditions to assess, including requirements for equipment,

- requirements for establishing a baseline performance in order to compare the influence of environmental parameters,

- a specification of the biometric evaluation including requirements for test population, test protocols, data to record, and test results, and

- procedures for carrying out the overall evaluation.

This International Standard does not

- determine which parameters should be analysed for a specific biometric modality (This is currently covered in ISO/IEC/TR 19795-3.),

- specify requirements to perform a vulnerability analysis modifying environmental factors (This is covered by ISO/IEC 19792.),

- classify biometric systems upon performance against different environmental conditions, or

- specify requirements for determining the functional effects of environmental conditions on hardware components (such as corrosion, electrical interference, breakage, etc.) of biometric systems.

Document History

INCITS/ISO/IEC 29197
January 1, 2015
Information technology - Evaluation methodology for environmental influence in biometric system performance
This International Standard addresses — fundamental requirements for planning and execution of environmental performance evaluations for biometric systems based on scenario and operational test...

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