CBEFF (Common Biometric Exchange Formats Framework) was developed from 1999 to 2000 by the CBEFF Development Team (NIST) and the BioAPI Consortium. This standard provides the ability for different biometric devices and applications to exchange biometric information between system components efficiently. In order to support biometric technologies in a common way the CBEFF structure describes a set of necessary data elements.
The CBEFF Basic Structure consists of a single SBH (Standard Biometric Header) followed by a BSMB (Biometric Specific Memory Block) and an optional SB (Signature Block).
The CBEFF Nested Structure consists of a Root Header, optional Sub-Headers, CBEFF Basic Structure(s), and an optional SB (Signature Block).
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