Uniquely identifying humans based on physiological and behavioral attributes.

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Biometrics is the automated methodology to uniquely identify humans using their physiological or behavioral attributes. The scope of this contract is focused on the research and analysis of this subject matter area. Examples of topics that fall within the general scope of Biometrics (this list is not all-inclusive) are shown below:

    Emerging technologies relating to fingerprints, footprints, facial recognition, palm print, hand geometry, gait recognition, eye retinal recognition, iris recognition, odor/scent, typing rhythm, voice patterns, signature, vein scan, facial thermograph, blood pulse, nail bed identification, and ear shape. Technology could include devices for synthesis, analysis, measurement and characterization of biological structures and features, devices to acquire biometric data, biometric screening capabilities, biometric detection devices and methods, and biomathematics.