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January 19, 2015

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1. true
2. not given
3. false
4. true

1. TRUE -> characteristics or traits
2. NOT GIVEN -> just one of the methods
3. FALSE -> traditional means
4. TRUE -> worry about = concerns about

1. True
2. Not given
3. false
4. true

1. Not given
2. Not given
3. false
4. true

T
N
F
T

T
NG
F
T

T
NG
F
T

T ,NG, F, T

True
Not Given
False
True

True
Not Given
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True

True
Not given
False
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true
not given
true
true

Simon, thank you very much

True,
NG,
False,
True

1- True
2- NG
3- False
4- True

1. T
2. NG
3. T
4. T

True
Not given
False
True

1. TRUE
2. NOT GIVEN
3. FALSE
4. TRUE

Here is my opinion why i chose that answer.

In question 1. keywords are :two main types, biometric identifier= Biometric identifiers are often categorised as "physiological" versus "behavioural characteristics".

In question 2. keywords are :Fingerprinting, the best known. no information for "the best known" =NOT GIVEN.

In question 3. keywords: The use of a password,another example, biometric identification. but in the text, Since biometric identifiers.....knowledge-based methods. so the information is wrong. the password refers before that. not "since"

In question 4. keywords are: Some people, worry about. it is true because : Some people=biometric identifiers, worry about=concerns about, ultimate use of this information= biometric data is used.

1. True
2. False
3. False
4. Not Given

T
NG
F
T

My answers are below:
1. True: Biometric identifiers are often categorised as physiological versus behavioural characteristics
2. NG: Fringerprinting is just a identification systerm, not refered as the best.
3. False: Password is a mean of identification
4. True: worry=concern; information=data

My answer is
1. True
2. not given
3. false
4. true

T, NG, NG, T

T
NG
F
T

Hi friends,

1. True
2. Not Given
3. False
4. Not given

1. T
2. Not given
3. F
4. T

T
NG
F
T
How can I know if I am wrong?

Hi Mosammat,

I'll give you the correct answers tomorrow, after more people have had the chance to try the exercise today.

Here is my answer:
1. TRUE
2. NOT GIVEN
3. FALSE
4. TRUE

Hi, dear teacher
My answer is

1.True
2.Not given
3.False
4.True

T, NG, F, T

true
not given
false
true

1. true
2. not given
3. false
4. true

1. True
2.Not Given
3.True
4.False

1.T
2.NG
3.F
4.T

1.true
2.ng
3.true
4.false

1.T
2.NG
3.F
4.T

Here is my answer:
1. True
2. Not Given
3. False
4. True

1.T
2.NG
3.F
4.NG

1. T
2. NG
3. F
4. T

T
NG
F
T

1. True
2. Not given
3. False
4. True

1. True
2. Not Given
3. False
4. Not Given

1 true
2 not given
3 true
4 false

T; NG; T; T; T

1 true
2 not given
3 false
4 not given

1-TRUE

2-NOT GIVEN

3-FALSE

4-TRUE

1-True
2-Not given
3- False
4-True

true
not given
false
true

T
NG
F
T

True
Not given
False
True

Thanh you Simon

True
Not given
False
True

Not given
Not given
False
True

True
Not Given
False
True

true
not given
false
true

True
Not Given
False
True

true
not given
true
true

True
Not given
False
True

1- true
2-not given
3-false
4-true

1- true
2-not given
3-false
4-true

1. True
2. Not Given
3. Not Given
4. False

1. True
2. Not Given
3. Not Given
4. True

T
NG
F
T

1. True = Biometric identifiers are often categorised as physiological versus behavioural characteristics.

2. NG = Examples include fingerprint, face recognition, DNA, Palm print, hand geometry and iris recognition

3. False = Since biometric identifiers are unique to individuals, they are more reliable in verifying identity than token and knowledge-based methods

4. True = the collection of biometric identifiers raises privacy concerns about the ultimate use of this information

F, NG, T, T

Thanks for your daily lessons!

1. True
2. Not given
3. False
4. True

T
NG
F
T

1.TRUE
2.NG
3.FALSE
4.TRUE

Hi,

My answer is:
1. T
2. NG
3. F
4. T

1.T
2.NG
3.F
4.T

1-T
2-NG
3-F
4-T

1- true
2- not given
3- true
4- true

1. NOT GIVEN
2- NOT GIVEN
3- FALSE
4- TRUE

TRUE
NG
FALSE
TRUE

1, true
2, not given
3,true
4,true

Here is my answer:
1. True
2. Not Given
3. False
4. True

1. TRUE
2. NOT GIVEN
3. FALSE
4. TRUE

1. True
2. Not given
3. False
4. True

1. TRUE
2. NOT GIVEN
3. FALSE
4. TRUE

1.T
2.NG
3.F
4.T

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T
N
F
T

This is my answer:
1. T
2. NG
3. F
4. T

1. True

Biometric identifiers are often categorised as physiological versus behavioural characteristic

2. NOT GIVEN

The passage onlye states that "Examples include fingerprint, face recognition, DNA, Palm print, hand geometry and iris recognition"

3. FALSE

The passage says "More traditional means of identification include ... knowledge-based systems, such as a password...."

4. TRUE

however, the collection of biometric identifiers raises privacy concerns about the ultimate use of this information.

1. T
2. NG
3. F
4.T

Dear teacher!
My enswers
1.T
2.NG
3.F
4.T

TRUE
NOT GIVEN
FALSE
TRUE

1 T
2 NG
3 NG
4 F

CORRECT ANSWERS FROM SIMON:

1. TRUE (2 types = physiological and behavioural)

2. NOT GIVEN (no information about 'best known')

3. FALSE ('password' is a knowledge-based system)

4. TRUE (people may worry = raises privacy concerns)

thank you Simon. I got it right.

Dong Nguyen

I found 4th question difficult... That's why I did it wrongly...

Hi Simon, I can clearly see, There are two main types of biometric identifiers which are,namely,physiological and behavioural but how we will know that they are Main?

T
NG
F
T

To Joseph

Often categorised = main categorised

1.T
2. NG
3. F
4. T

1:True
2:Not Given
3:False
4:True

1. T
2. N.G
3. F
4. T

1 There are two kind biometric physiological

2 false
3 true
4 N given dosn't say about data

1.True
2.Not given
3.False
4.True

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