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Setlak 57 51 55 23 Fig. 5. Double-plate capacitive sensor. 41 29a 54a 47a 53a 49a VOUT 29b 47b 53b 49b VOUT 54b VREF 59a VREF 59b by Kramer and Brady . A variation of this technique measures the differential capacitance between each two adjacent plates in an array such that the image pixels correspond to the boundaries between the conductive plates in the physical array. 6. Capacitive Fingerprint Sensor Performance The approaches described above demonstrate the basic feasibility of electronic ﬁngerprint sensing, and several products based on these designs have been introduced into the commercial market.
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Federal Bureau of Identiﬁcation in Leavenworth, Kansas, for example, it was necessary to extend the Henry system, by creating further subdivisions, as early as 1919 . Many other bureaus had to extend their existing manual classiﬁcations systems with further subclassiﬁcations. Although extending classiﬁcation systems kept ﬁles manageable for the purposes of verifying criminal histories (that is, 10-print to 10-print comparisons), the more ﬁngerprint ﬁles expanded, the less useful they were for forensic identiﬁcation.