BiometricEvaluation - Software components for biometric technology evaluations.

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Biometric Evaluation Framework is a set of C++ classes, error codes, and design patterns used to create a common environment to provide logging, data management, error handling, and other functionality that is needed for many applications used in the testing of biometric software. System packages (depending on desired modules, see below).

https://www.nist.gov/services-resources/software/biometric-evaluation-framework
https://github.com/usnistgov/BiometricEvaluation

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