Computerized Identification System

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A computerized identification system is used to verify the identity of a person. The data is stored in a database of a server. An identification card is a card giving identifying data about a person, as full name, address, age, and color of hair and eyes, and often containing a photograph: for use as identification at a place of employment, school, club, etc. There are various types of identification systems available and implemented across the globe. These are Biometric (finger, hand or iris recognition), Voice Identification, Optical Character Recognition (OCR), Radio-Frequency Identification, and Bar code. Each has its own capabilities but nevertheless, effective for identification purposes.
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Statement of the Problem
General problem Every school encounters problems on almost everything in its departments. From the enrollment procedures to the encoding of grades, problems arise. One of the common problems every school encounter are typographical errors. Almost all types of documents suffer from this kind of error. Sometimes it remains unnoticed until the output is viewed or seen. Another problem is the technical difficulties. According to Ms. Robilin E. Ladia, an NCBA ID Section staff, they experience some technical errors like when the computer hangs or

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