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WIRELESS FINGERPRINT BASED STUDENT
ATTENDANCE SYSTEM
A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of
Bachelor of Technology in Electrical Engineering

by

Debidutt Acharya(10602015) and Arun Kumar Mishra(10602061)
Under the guidance of

Prof. Susmita Das

Department of Electrical Engineering
National Institute of Technology
Rourkela-769008
2010

WIRELESS FINGERPRINT BASED STUDENT
ATTENDANCE SYSTEM
A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of
Bachelor of Technology in Electrical Engineering

by

Debidutt Acharya(10602015) and Arun Kumar Mishra(10602061)

Department of Electrical Engineering
National Institute of Technology
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Tech. Project aims at introducing biometric capable technology for use in automating the entire attendance system for the students pursuing courses at an educational institute. The goal can be disintegrated into finer sub-targets; fingerprint capture & transfer, fingerprint image processing and wireless transfer of data in a server-client system. For each sub-task, various methods from literature are analyzed. From the study of the entire process, an integrated approach is proposed.
Biometrics based technologies are supposed to be very efficient personal identifiers as they can keep track of characteristics believed to be unique to each person. Among these technologies, Fingerprint recognition is universally applied. It extracts minutia- based features from scanned images of fingerprints made by the different ridges on the fingertips.
The student attendance system is very relevant in an institute like ours since it aims at eliminating all the hassles of roll calling and malpractice and promises a full-proof as well as reliable technique of keeping records of student’s attendance.

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CERTIFICATE

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

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ABSTRACT

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CONTENTS

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LIST OF FIGURES

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INTRODUCTION
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Introduction

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FINGERPRINT
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