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Biometrics Classes in Java

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Hi, Im a biometrics student...i want some info about what are the specific classes that are used for Biometrics eg: voice recignition, iris scanning etc. any package available for that? Thanx for the help.
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 AFAIK there is no specific Java API that deals with all biometrics areas. However there is a JNI interface that you can access the BioAPI:

http://quickstart.clari.net/qs_se/webnews/wed/cj/Bdc-bioapi-consortium.RzHX_DSN.html

  If you want to find pure Java implementations you will have to look specifically for each area.
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