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As we have discussed yesterday, your proposal is not sufficient to warrant approval as a Master's project. Below are the comments based on Mr. Frank Richardson. 1) The defined project does not meet the specifications of the project justification. All that is presented is a fingerprint verification tied to a web page. What other online security issues are going to be explored? What other verification methods can be used? 2) There needs to be a more extensive research component. Fingerprint verification software is now an "off-the-shelf" product. There is already existing fingerprint scanner SDKs for all platforms. 3) The project complexity does not require graduate level effort. The fingerprint verification requires a single SDK function call and a single database lookup. Mr. Richardson has come up with a suggestion to expand this project slightly to eliminate above concerns. The means that the work the student has done to date will not be wasted. One issue with storing bio-metric data and using it for identity
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  • Spring '16
  • Javed
  • biometric data, fingerprint verification, Fingerprint verification software, Mr. Frank Richardson, fingerprint scanner SDKs

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