false acceptance

false acceptance

[¦fȯls ak′sep·təns]
(statistics)
Accepting on the basis of a statistical test a hypothesis which is wrong.
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The inside-the-screen tech has a rejection rate of about 2 percent, and a false acceptance rate of 1 in 50,000, both typical for the industry.
For auto manufacturers that use key fobs, or car sharing providers that leverage phone apps to identify the driver, iris recognition could act as a second layer of security, confirming the drivers identity, with a false acceptance rate as low as one in 10 million.
The trial will use UR's visible light palm authentication, using both palm print and vein patterns, which has the world's highest level of accuracy at only 1 in 100 billion false acceptance rate (see note below).
It operates with a false acceptance rate of 1 in 1.
The company also claims that False Acceptance Rates i.
01% (one retry), and a false acceptance rate of less than 0.
The error rate for false acceptance is the number of segments in which the speaker is falsely accepted divided by the total number of segments related to fraudulent speakers.
VoiceQ technology on the N100 is designed to preserve power by dramatically lowering false acceptance rates compared to previous voice trigger implementations.
We add to the visual evaluation, two other qualitative assessment, which are the calculation of number of building detected and the second one is a calculation of false rejection rate and false acceptance rate for the detected buildings.
Voice biometrics security is measured in terms of false acceptance rates (when access is given to unauthorized people), false rejection rates (when authorized users are erroneously blocked), and equal error rate, or EER (the rate where the percentage of false acceptances is equal to the percentage of false rejections).
Quality parameters of authentication system, false acceptance and false rejection [9], highly depend on finger vein image processing algorithms and their resistance to noise i.
The new fingerprint algorithm offers even higher reliability than the previous version: at the same False Acceptance Rate (FAR) level, the False Rejection Rate (FRR) is up to three times smaller.