The paper proposes a dynamic identity authentication model based on the improved keystroke rhythm algorithm in Rick Joyce model and implement this model in a mobile phone system. Keystroke rhythm identification, which extracts biometric characteristics through keyboards without additional
expensive devices, is a kind of biometric identification technology. The experimental results show that comparing with the original model, the false alarm rate (FAR) of the improved model decreases a lot in the mobile phone system, and its growth of imposter pass rate (IPR) is slower than
the Rick Joyce model's. The improved model is more suitable for small memory systems, and it has better performance in security and dynamic adaptation. This improved model has good application value.
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