Attendance monitoring using biometrics with payroll system

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FACULTY ATTENDANCE USING BIOMETRICS WITH PAYROLL SYSTEM IN CAVITE STATE UNIVERSITY – SILANG CAMPUS

Leren Jasper T. Magbujos
Dan Louie P. Villacampa
Charlene Ann M. Payad

INTRODUCTION

In modern world there are many systems that are implemented to some industries in order to improve the manual transaction of the University. As new generation comes, a new technology has been developed to provide the users a fast and reliable transaction. This study tells the use of computer that will lessen the time and effort for updating and other ways of processing in accurate ways.
Our proposed system is for the Faculty Members of Cavite State University – Silang Campus which we got curiosity on how the Faculty Members make a process that is why we make a system that we hope it might help a lot for the Faculty Members. We are going to develop this system to improve our skills and make it useful for others especially with our target client.
Biometrics has long being touted as a powerful tool for solving identification and authentication issues for immigration and customs, physical security, and computer security. It involves measuring one or more unique physiological human characteristics the shape of a body, fingerprints, structure of the face, DNA, hand/palm geometry, iris patterns, and even odor/scent. Behavioral traits can also be used typing rhythm, gait, and voice. These technologies have enormous promise because they can never be forgotten, lost or copied, unlike the current methods of cards and passwords.
Biometrics has quickly established itself as the most relevant technology for identifying individuals in a fast and reliable way through the use of unique biological characteristics. Today many programs are drawing on biometrics and applications for the general public are now seeing rapid development. These applications are predominantly introduced by national authorities, as the capture and management of a population's fingerprints call for tightly

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