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chaff

1. chaffed hay; called also chop.
2. the winnowings from a threshing, consisting of awns, husks, glumes and other relatively indigestible materials.
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obtains the real minutiae from multiple enrolled vaults), we apply an approach to insert chaffs in a structured way such that distinguishing the fingerprint minutiae and the chaff points obtained from two applications is computationally hard.
To resist this type of attack, we need to cover the entire universe with chaffs in order to make multiple systems look similar.
In this section, we describe the implementation details of the fuzzy fingerprint and the structured insertion of chaffs in order to protect the correlation attack.
In the proposed approach, the chaffs are generated by using the user's minutiae direction information.
To help soothe weary road warriors, Hilton's installed a calming fountain, massage seat pads on desk chaffs, blackout drapes, a massage belt, aromatherapy bath products and a yoga video and meditation CD.