Homomorphic encryption
An encryption method that allows mathematical operations, such as addition and multiplication, to be performed on encrypted data. Because the results are also encrypted, learning the results requires access to a private key.
 2,048-bit feature code
See "Fujitsu Develops World's First Authentication Technology to Extract and Match 2,048-bit Feature Codes from Palm Vein Images" (press release dated August 5, 2013).
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Date: 28 August, 2013
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