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Subject: Re: [xcbf] comments from dr. paul Gerome, I.M. xcbf TC


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catherine moussalli wrote:

>dear Expert Colleagues of xcbf TC
>I think we need to address issues of unimodal, bimodal and multimodal
>biometrics, at the very core of an excellent revision so far.
>Congratulations to editors!
>may you pick-up a look in :
>1st page is copied below:
><Network Working Group                                          R. Shirey
>Request for Comments: 2828                        GTE / BBN Technologies
>FYI: 36                                                         May 2000
>Category: Informational
>                       Internet Security Glossary
>Status of this Memo
>   This memo provides information for the Internet community.  It does
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>Copyright Notice
>   Copyright (C) The Internet Society (2000).  All Rights Reserved.
>   This Glossary (191 pages of definitions and 13 pages of references)
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>   information system security terminology. The intent is to improve the
>   comprehensibility of writing that deals with Internet security,
>   particularly Internet Standards documents (ISDs). To avoid confusion,
>   ISDs should use the same term or definition whenever the same concept
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>   terms. ISDs should avoid terms that are proprietary or otherwise
>   favor a particular vendor, or that create a bias toward a particular
>   security technology or mechanism versus other, competing techniques
>   that already exist or might be developed in the future.>
>where the vendors, in a standard, to be mentioned, is not considered a very
>smashing idea
>so I am suggesting we take time during the Baltimore meeting to discuss
>alternative options, as one taken in consideration by ITU-T/SG17/q10
>"security" which take into account a neat Multimodal Model based on modal
>interface types between bio item - the customer own body parts - and the
>transducer/sensor type operating the capture of biometric sample
>this enables us to have a more basic category model of biometric sample
>I have prepared presentation for clarification of this aim and will present
>if wished so
>I am committed to help as much as possible to perfect the excellent work
>yours sincerely
>dr paul Gerome
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