Background of the Study
Purpose and Objectives of the Study
Rationale of the Study
Definition of Terms
Limitations of the Study
Summary of Remaining Chapters
Chapter II: Literature Review
The Process of Fingerprinting
Defining Digital Fingerprinting
Link between Crime Control and Digital Fingerprinting
Chapter III: Methodology
Description of the Patents
Description of the Instrument
Chapter IV: Results...
The two techniques show differences in fingerprinting methods as the first patent deals with identification of fingerprints and its applications and the second technique deals with transmission and storage of fingerprints through a mobile device. Advanced methods in digital fingerprinting could highly enhance the process of access, scanning, storage, analysis and matching of fingerprints through enhanced ridges and patterns study and also through advanced transmission techniques as seen in the comparative analysis of both the techniques that seem to differ in functionalities.
This study is based on research questions that will aim to examine the use of digital fingerprinting and such other techniques in crime control and crime investigation and how the methods of storage of digital fingerprints in databases could have an impact on the information accessibility in general. The study will draw on several questions and research objectives and analyze other similar research studies that have dealt with an explanation of digital fingerprinting, its storage and classification systems and its general use in gathering evidential information in forensic science (Kirby, 1990).
The problem that is studied here includes the uses and applications of digital fingerprinting and the differences in equipment, classification and storage of fingerprints.