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Age Factors in Biometric Processing explores the implications of ageing on biometric technologies, and how such factors can be managed in practical situations.
Michael Fairhurst is Professor of Computer Vision in the School of Engineering and Digital Arts at the University of Kent, UK. He leads a research group with broad interests in the fundamental processes of image analysis and pattern recognition, and with a particular focus on applications in security and, especially, biometrics. He is a committee member of numerous conferences, workshops, networking and educational activities internationally, and has published widely in the research literature. He is a Fellow of the International Association for Pattern Recognition and is Editor-in-Chief of IET Biometrics.