- Biosignal recognition deployment for EEG, ECG, EOG, EMG, PPG, etc.
- Event-related audio-visual stimuli design and resulting response component extraction for person ID
- Virtual reality deployment as a means of stimulus presentation
- Subliminal stimulus presentation utilisation in user authentication schemas
- Signal processing (linear and nonlinear) for time-invariant biometric feature extraction
- Novel machine learning algorithms for user-dependent/independent classification
- Genetic basis of biosignals and heritability
- Cognitive neuroscience deployment for biometric authentication purposes
- Multimodal approaches involving biosignals
- conventional: fingerprints, palm prints, retinal scan, iris recognition, voice recognition, keystroke patterns, etc.
- soft biometrics: odour scent, skin colour, eye colour, etc.
- token based methods: personal ID number, passwords, etc.
- Related algorithms, enrolment procedures, systems/devices, security, applications, standardisation for user verification and authentication
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The primary objective of IJCB
is to provide a medium through which researchers in all
fields relevant to cognitive biometrics can exchange their ideas. Biometrics is ultimately a process that investigates and develops strategies that enable secure access to information. The domain is therefore global, and IJCB
emphasises this aspect of biometrics. We encourage the dissemination of data through the use of online data repositories, allowing research groups on a global scale to utilise common datasets. Publicly-available datasets provide the opportunity for researchers to compare their specific approaches, fostering a comparative and collaborative approach to the discipline. In addition, the establishment of an international standard(s) for cognitive biometrics would provide a means for integrating this branch of biometrics within government frameworks, engendering widespread integration into a common global biometric framework. The ultimate goal of academic publications is to provide a medium that informs the community at large on the latest advances within a domain – for us, this domain is cognitive biometrics.Readership
IJCB provides a medium that facilitates the exchange of ideas and latest results among members of academia, industry, and legislative bodies alike. Papers included in IJCB will be relevant to a wide-ranging audience, including members of the engineering, computer science, biometrics, and related fields.Contents
IJCB publishes a wide variety of manuscripts types such as book reviews, major topic reviews, original papers, technical reports, short communications, and news reports. Special Issues devoted to important aspects in cognitive biometrics will be published at periodic intervals.
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Editor in Chief
- Palaniappan, Ramaswamy, University of Kent, UK
- Revett, Kenneth, British University in Egypt, Egypt
Editorial Board Members
- Alonso Hernndez, Jess B., University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain
- Balli, Tugce, Istanbul Kemerburgaz University, Turkey
- Chandran, Vinod, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
- Cho, Sungzoon, Seoul National University, Republic of Korea
- Cota, Navin, Mind Research Network, USA
- Deravi, Farzin, University of Kent, UK
- Gorunescu, Florin, University of Medicine and Pharmacy of Craiova, Romania
- Huang, Huang-Nan, Tunghai University, Taiwan
- Jin, Zhanpeng, Binghamton University - State University of New York, USA
- Majumdar, Kaushik, Indian Statistical Institute, India
- Murugappan, M., Kuwait College of Science and Technology, Kuwait
- Nakanishi, Isao, Tottori University, Japan
- Patnaik, Lalit M., National Institute of Advanced Studies, India
- Salem, Abdel-badeeh M., Ain Shams University, Egypt
- Samraj, Andrews, Mahendra Engineering College, India
- Zhang, Heye, Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology, China
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