equal error rate


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equal error rate

[¦ē·kwəl ′er·ər ‚rāt]
(communication)
The error rate of a verification system when the operating threshold for the accept/reject decision is adjusted such that the probability of false acceptance and that of false rejection become equal. Abbreviated EER.
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Table I shows that a combination of our algorithm in both stages and in individual stages with some other algorithms (Gabor, STFT, Yang) can additionally lower the equal error rate EER, and even speeds up processing when a combination with Yang algorithm is used.
As can be seen from Figure 6, increasing intra-class variability leads to an increase in the equal error rate EER, an increase in the FRR and a decrease in the FAR.
False accept rate (FAR), false reject rate (FRR) and equal error rate (EER) are used as the performance metrics in our experiments.
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The security can be measured statistically, with equal error rates for false acceptance and false rejection ranging from 4 percent to fractions of a percent depending on the implementation methods and technology used.
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