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As technology has advanced in the negative side also hackers and spoofers steal misuse credit card numbers, even though the network has been made secure. So, in this paper, we have proposed a multi-biometric model ( integrating voice, fingerprint and facial scanning ) that can be embedded in a mobile phone, this making e-transactions more secure. The model is very cost effective as we have tried to use the hardware already present in the phone. This paper uses for image processing or facial recognization and finger print. We have also simulated a few graphs for voice recognition and facial verification using MATLAB 6.0 AbstractContents: 1. INTRODUCTION 2. BIOMETRICS 3. MULTIBIOMETRICS 4. NEED FOR BIOMETRICS IN MOBILE PHONES 5. FUTURE MOBILE PHONE 6. FACE RECOGNITION: 7. VOICE RECOGNITION 8. FINGERPRINT ACQUISITION 9. CONCLUSION 10. REFERENCES Contents1.Introduction: Mobile phones have ceased to be exclusive status of the high class and, today has become an indispensable electronic gadget in the life of many. The main reason for their higher market penetrations in recent days is their incredible array of functions at an affordable cost. Apart from setting remainders and sending e-mails, they are also used in e-business SMS messaging Chatting Telemedicine and teleconferencing Thus, these phones with wide roaming facility prove to be a really versatile device. 1.Introduction2.Biometrics: A biometric system is a recognition system, which makes a personal identification by determining the authenticity of a specific physiological or behavioral characteristic possessed by the user. This method of identification is preferred over traditional methods involving passwords and PIN numbers for various reasons: The person to be identified is required to be physically present at the point of identification. Identification based on biometric techniques eliminates the need to remember a password or carry an identity. Depending on the context on which a biometric system works, it can be Either classified as an identification system or a verification (authentication) system identification involves in establishing a person’s identify whereas in verification involves confirming or denying a person’s claiming identity 2.Biometrics3.Multi Biometrics: A multi-biometrics system is obtained by the integration of multiple individual biometrics models. A numbers of models integrating hand geometry, keystroke dynamics, face and iris recognition system have flooded the markets in recent years. Here we present a multimodal system that can be embedded in a mobile phone, which integrates fingerprint, voice and facial scanning. It shuts down the problem of high False Rejection Rate of facial scanners, eliminates the fooling of fingerprint scanners and overshadows the disadvantage of voice recognition models . 3.Multi Biometrics4.Need for Biometrics in Mobile Phones: Nowadays, shopping through the internet has become very popular and surely, a WAP enabled mobile phone provides the facilities to consumers to shop online. Credit cards continue to be an efficient tool for online money transactions. But, on the other hand, credit card’s number can be stolen on its way to its destination and can be misused by hackers. Thus, e-Business through a mobile phone becomes insecure. Software, like those provided by ArticSoft and ISC, created a back door entry and were largely involved in data spoofing. In addition to this, many user and companies were prone to the attack of many viruses and Trojan horses. With so much of problems faced, the service provide turned their attention towards biometrics to prevent data spoofing and to provide secure e-Transactions 4.Need for Biometrics in Mobile Phones5.Future Mobile Phone: 5.Future Mobile Phone6.Face Recognization: Facial recognition is considered to be one of the most tedious among all scans. Further, difficulty in acquisition of face and cost of equipments make it more complex. However, some WAP enabled phones like CX 400K and LG-SD1000 manufactured by LG electronics, have built in camera that can acquire images and can be transmitted over internet. This it is sent to the credit card company to verify the face received matches with the face in their database. If it matches, the goods are sent, else the order is rejected . 6.Face RecognizationPowerPoint Presentation: Customer Retailer Orders with Customer id Credit card company Amount request and subsequent sanction Customer id, Amount & Biometric Data7.Voice Recognization: The speaker-specific characteristics of speech are due to difference in physiological and behavioral aspects of the speech production system in humans. The main physiological aspect of the human speech production system is the vocal tract shape. The vocal tract modifies the spectral content of an acoustic wave as it passes through it, thereby producing speech. Therefore, it is common in speaker verification systems to make use of features derived only from the vocal tract. The microphone in the mobile phone captures the speech. Then, using cepstral analysis, an utterance may be represented as a sequence of feature vectors. Utterances, spoken by the same person but at difference times, result in similar yet a different sequence of features vectors. So, the irrespective of the mood of the consumer, his transaction is accepted or rejected. The following algorithm may be used in voice verification. 7.Voice Recognization8.Fingerprint Reader: Finger based scanning is one of the oldest methods used for verification. Fingerprints, unique and immunable for all are made of series of ridges and furrows on the surface of the finger. These ridges and furrows determine the uniqueness of the fingerprints. Apart from these, minute points (i.e. local ridge characteristics that occur at either a ridge bifurcation or a ridge ending also play role in fool-proofing this biometric technique. To reduce the search time and the computational complexity, fingerprint classification is undertaken and thus fingerprints are classified as whorl, right loop, left loop, arch, and arch. Recently researchers and scientists achieved a great feat by improving the fingerprint classification to 94%. In today’s world, fingerprint matching techniques can be placed into two categories: minutiae-based and correlation based. In minutiae based technique, the minutiae points are found and their relative placement are mapped on the finger whereas in correlation based technique, the fingerprint acquired from the person is checked for certain points previously stored in the database. If both matches, the person is given authentication, else he is denied permission. 8.Fingerprint ReaderPowerPoint Presentation: Transaction scanner embedded above display screen9.Conclusion: Thus, this mobile multi-biometrics can be embedded in mobile phone. Phone is cost effective since no special hardware in required and is highly secured. Thus, this mobile phone becomes a reality will provide more e-Business and E-Transactions 9.Conclusion10.References: 1)”Biometrics” by Samir Nanavathi, Dreamtech Wiley Publications. 2)”Biometrics made easy for you” by John walker. 3)”Science and Technology” a supplementary of “The HINDU ” 10.References You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.