An Investigation Into the Efficacy of Keystroke Analysis for Perimeter Defense and Facility Access
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the performance ofstatic keystroke analysis as a complimentary and transparent security solution in the context of perimeter defense and facility access. A biometric keypad prototype was developed to evaluate the classification accuracy using temporal keystroke characteristics and feature points extracted from pressure sensors embedded within the keypad A novel method is proposed to improve keystroke classification accuracy by analyzing 3 pressure related characteristics. amplitude or peak, peak area, and peak sharpness.
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Leberknight, Christopher; Widmeyer, George R.; and Recce, Michael L., "An Investigation Into the Efficacy of Keystroke Analysis for Perimeter Defense and Facility Access" (2008). Department of Computer Science Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works. 114.