EER

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EEREnergy Efficiency Ratio
EEREuropese Economische Ruimte (Dutch: European Economic Area)
EEREconomics of Education Review (Elsevier)
EEREntretien de l'Espace Rural (French: Maintenance of Rural Areas; agriculture certificate)
EEREmployee Evaluation Review (various organizations)
EEREqual Error Rate (biometrics)
EEREmployee Evaluation Report (US State Department)
EERÉglise Évangélique de Réveil (French: Evangelical Revival; Switzerland)
EERExtended Entity-Relationship (Bellcore)
EERÉcole Éloignée en Réseau (French: Remote Networked Schools; Canada)
EERElvis Express Radio (Elvis Presley)
EERExterior Edge Route
EERExtended Error Report
EEREnable Early Recovery
EEREthernet Edge Router
EEREgress Edge Router
EERExecution Error
EEREnterprise Edge Router
EEREncryption Error Report
EEREqual Error Rate
EEREarly Error Recovery
EERÉpuration Extra Rénale (French: Extra Renal Purification)
EEREmerging Energy Research (alternative energy)
EEREnvironmental Education Research (various organizations)
EERExposure, Epidemiology and Risk (various schools)
EEREnhanced Early Retirement (various companies)
EEREstimated Energy Requirement (Calories)
EEREnvelope Elimination and Restoration (power amplifiers)
EEREnd-to-End Retransmission
EERExperimental Event Rate
EEREnhanced Entity Relationship (diagram; database design)
EEREvolutionary Ecology Research
EEREspace Européen de la Recherche (French: European Research Area; EU)
EERElectronic Equipment Room (various organizations)
EERElectronic Educational Resource
EERExtended Eye Relief (handgun scopes)
EEREscape, Evacuation and Rescue
EERÉcole de l'Erudition en Réseau (French: School of Erudition in Network)
EERExtended Echo Ranging
EEREnlisted Evaluation Report
EERExcess Emission Report
EEREspace Éolien Régional (French: Regional Area Wind)
EEREvacuation, Escape and Rescue
EEREligible Existing Resources (US FEMA)
EERElectronic Electricity Repository
EERExplosive Echo Ranging
EERExcessive Error Rate
EEREquine Exertional Rhabdomyolysis (horse disease)
EERElectrical Equipment Rack
EEREmployee Expense Report (Sprint)
EEREndowment for Education and Research
EEREngineering and Economic Research
EERExternal Engineering Review
EEREquipment Electrical Requirements
EEREngineering and Economics Research Systems
EERElevated Equipment Room (US military satellite communications)
EERExpanded Electrical Requirements
EEREvaluator Electronic Register
EEREquipment Evaluation Report
EERExtensive Energy Reserves
EEREmerging Economic Region
EEREthernet Edge Router (Riverstone)
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Our experiments yielded an equal error rate (i.e., the rate at which both the FN rate and FP rate are the same) of 0.0024.
To assess the efficiency of an algorithm and thus of the automated fingerprint identification system, Equal Error Rate (EER) needs to be established.
It can be observed that the value of the equal error rate (EER)--the crossing point between FMR and FNMR functions--was 6.22%, for a distance d = 0.35 m.
It is common to use the Equal Error Rate (EER), which is the point where FAR equals FRR, because FRR and FAR are inversely related, lowering one often results in increasing the other.
To avoid statistical bias, we test all the possible combinations which are [sup.8][C.sub.5] times and calculated the average equal error rate (EER).
SignatureOnline delivered the lowest Equal Error Rate (EER) at 2.85 percent, and performed significantly better than the others, as the next best rate from a competitor was 8.33 percent (the lower the EER value, the higher the accuracy of the biometric system).
Facial recognition accuracy is gauged by a figure called "equal error rate" - the point at which false positives equal false negatives.
Table I shows equal error rate evaluation for individual non-directional filtering techniques in combination with the popular Gabor filter and the state-of-the-art two-stage algorithm [4].
For their experiment they used the West Virginia University's multimodal database containing 400 images (4 enrolment images x 100 users) and the threshold is set to the equal error rate EER.
The paper also reviews issues such as user acceptance, failure-to-enroll rates, throughput speeds, and equal error rates, which are the point at which the false accept and false reject rates are equal.
Security needs to be measured in terms of false accepts, false rejects, and equal error rates, and companies need to choose the right level of security for the application.
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