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PROCEEDINGS VOLUME 2659

Optical Security and Counterfeit Deterrence Techniques
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 2659
Date Published: 15 March 1996
Softcover: 30 papers (248) pages
ISBN: 9780819420336

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Progress in counterfeit deterrence: the contribution of information exchange
Author(s): Ian M. Lancaster; Lewis T. Kontnik
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Security design of valuable documents and products
Author(s): Rudolf L. van Renesse
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Trends in security evaluations
Author(s): Jan Pieters
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Evaluation of security features for new U.S. currency
Author(s): Sara E. Church; Thomas A. Ferguson
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Redesigning U.S. currency
Author(s): Thomas A. Ferguson; Sara E. Church
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Currency features for visually impaired people
Author(s): Sandra L. Hyland; Gordon E. Legge; Robert R. Shannon; Norbert S. Baer
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Perceptual information from OVD diffraction security devices
Author(s): Jean-Frederic Moser; Rene Staub; Wayne Robert Tompkin
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Design and strategies for optobiometric identification
Author(s): John W. Mercer
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The new Dutch passport
Author(s): Dick van Lingen
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Optically and machine-detectable copying security elements
Author(s): Sybrand Spannenburg
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Smart printing technology for counterfeit deterrence
Author(s): Peter J. Harrop
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Digital watermarking
Author(s): Jean-Francois Delaigle; Christophe De Vleeschouwer; Benoit M. M. Macq
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Contribution from pressure-sensitive adhesives
Author(s): Gilbert Cunningham
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3DAS: a breakthrough in fraud prevention
Author(s): Wim H. M. Sipman
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Electronic tagging and integrated product intelligence
Author(s): Martin Swerdlow; Brian Weeks
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Experiments on the pattern recognition system for validation and security verification
Author(s): Bahram Javidi; Guanshen Zhang
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Holographic optical element for compact fingerprint imaging system
Author(s): Michael H. Metz; Zane A. Coleman; Nicholas J. Phillips; Carl Flatow
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Combined machine-readable and visually authenticated optical devices
Author(s): Hugues Souparis
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Optical inspection techniques for security instrumentation
Author(s): Rudolf L. van Renesse
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Correlation analysis of pseudo-identical structures for pattern recognition
Author(s): Vladimir B. Markov; Yobani Mejia; Roman Castaneda
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Elemental analysis of kinematic optically variable devices
Author(s): Michael M. Chamberlain
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Criteria on which a judgement of optically variable security marks may be based
Author(s): Tomasz Szoplik; Marek Burski; Pawel J. Stepien
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Copy-proof machine-readable holograms for security application
Author(s): Guenther J. Dausmann; Irina Menz; Klaus Gnaedig; Zishao Yang
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Holographic features in security printing and the human face in currency printing
Author(s): Gilbert Colgate
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Optical memories for document security
Author(s): Wayne Robert Tompkin; Rene Staub; Jean-Frederic Moser
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High-security transparent overlays: a new method for selective demetallization of fully registered embossed holograms
Author(s): Wilfried Schipper
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Computer-generated optically variable devices containing hidden information
Author(s): Pawel J. Stepien; Remigiusz Gajda; Tomasz Szoplik
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Hot-foil transfer: a novel approach
Author(s): Andrey Nikolayevi Timoshenko
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Pure-phase iteratively generated Fourier hologram as a security mark
Author(s): Pawel J. Stepien; Remigiusz Gajda
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Protecting publicly available images with a visible image watermark
Author(s): Gordon W. Braudaway; Karen A. Magerlein; Frederick C. Mintzer
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