Keysig is a base framework/example for doing keyboard keystroke pattern capture and unique signature creation/analysis in a cross-browser manner (i.e.) grade "A" browsers. This type of functionality could have many real world implementations, but probably the most likely candidate would be a browser based biometric login system of some sort.
This goal for this project is simply to serve as a solid guide for how something like this might be achieved. Keysig is not necessarily a stand-alone project, but more something that is to be learned from and/or potentially integrated into other systems (ex) biometric analysis.
Patter Gap Chart: This chart displays the time between keystrokes. It compares the current test against the original submission.
Press Time Chart: This chart displays the time of each physical keypress. It compares the current test against the original submission.
External Libraries Utilized:
The Yahoo! User Interface (YUI) Library (http://developer.yahoo.com/yui) - released under the BSD License. Libchart (http://naku.dohcrew.com/libchart) - released under the GPL license.
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