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ABCD Analysis of Fingerprint Biometric Attendance Maintenance System

Krishna Prasad K

The drastic developments in Information and Communication Technology enabled many types

of technology-aided attendance maintenance system in Higher Educational Institutions. A

fingerprint is one of the most common and popularly known biometric systems all over the

world. The usage of fingerprints for authentication is a universally prevalent solution and a

majority of the population has legible fingerprints. This is more than a number of humans who

have passports, license and identification cards. It has fairly one of the maximum accurate

forms of biometrics available. Fingerprint biometric has been utilized in numerous areas

together with entry management and door-lock control, smart cards, vehicle ignition control

framework and fingerprint controlled access control system. Because the superior technology

allows even extra compact fingerprint sensor size, the variety of application is expanded to the

cellular market. One of the important applications of the biometric system is in attendance

maintenance and which is incorporated in many of the higher educational institutions. From

olden days, three styles of fingerprints may be obtained, namely, exemplar prints, latent prints

and plastic prints. In this paper, we study fingerprint attendance maintenance system with its

advantages, benefits, constraints, and disadvantages. We use focus group interaction method

to gather information on fingerprint biometric attendance system. This paper also discusses

some recommendations for fingerprint biometric attendance system. This paper could play an

active and supportive role in fingerprint biometric attendance based researches.

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