International Journal of Cognitive Biometrics
Summary: International Journal of Cognitive Biometrics covers all fields relevant to cognitive biometrics.
International Journal of Cognitive Biometrics provides a medium through which researchers in all fields relevant to cognitive biometrics can exchange their ideas. Biometrics is ultimately a process that investigates and develops strategies that enable secure access to information. The domain is therefore global, and IJCB emphasises this aspect of biometrics. We encourage the dissemination of data through the use of online data repositories, allowing research groups on a global scale to utilise common datasets. Publicly-available datasets provide the opportunity for researchers to compare their specific approaches, fostering a comparative and collaborative approach to the discipline. In addition, the establishment of an international standard(s) for cognitive biometrics would provide a means for integrating this branch of biometrics within government frameworks, engendering widespread integration into a common global biometric framework. The ultimate goal of academic publications is to provide a medium that informs the community at large on the latest advances within a domain – for us, this domain is cognitive biometrics.