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<description mxw-id="PDES160123031" lang="EN" load-source="patent-office">
    <?cross-reference-to-related-applications description="Cross Reference To Related Applications" end="lead"?>
    <heading id="h-0001">CROSS-REFERENCE TO RELATED APPLICATION</heading>
    <p id="p-0002" num="0001"> This application is a continuation of and claims priority under 35
        U.S.C. §§ 120/121 to U.S. patent application Ser. No. 15/088,545, filed on Apr. 1, 2016,
        which claims priority under 35 U.S.C. § 119 to Korean Patent Application No.
        10-2015-0053315, filed on Apr. 15, 2015 and Korean Patent Application No. 10-2015-0138515,
        filed on Oct. 1, 2015, in the Korean Intellectual Property Office, the entire contents of
        each of which are incorporated herein by reference in their entirety. </p>
    <?cross-reference-to-related-applications description="Cross Reference To Related Applications" end="tail"?>
    <?summary-of-invention description="Summary of Invention" end="lead"?>
    <heading id="h-0002">BACKGROUND</heading>
    <heading id="h-0003">1. Field</heading>
    <p id="p-0003" num="0002"> At least one example embodiment relates to a method and an apparatus
        for recognizing a fingerprint. </p>
    <heading id="h-0004">2. Description of the Related Art</heading>
    <p id="p-0004" num="0003"> Biometrics-based authentication technology relates to user
        authentication using a fingerprint... </p>
    <heading id="h-0005">SUMMARY</heading>
    <p id="p-0005" num="0004"> Some example embodiments relate to a fingerprint recognition method. </p>    
...
    <?summary-of-invention description="Summary of Invention" end="tail"?>
    <?brief-description-of-drawings description="Brief Description of Drawings" end="lead"?>
    <description-of-drawings>
        <heading id="h-0006">BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS</heading>
        <p id="p-0021" num="0020"> The above and other features and advantages of example
            embodiments of the inventive concepts will become more apparent by describing in detail
            example embodiments of the inventive concepts with reference to the attached drawings... </p>
        <p id="p-0022" num="0021">
            <figref idrefs="DRAWINGS">FIGS. 1 and 2</figref> illustrate examples of a fingerprint
            image according to at least one example embodiment; </p>
        <p id="p-0023" num="0022">
            <figref idrefs="DRAWINGS">FIGS. 3 and 4</figref> illustrate a fingerprint recognition
            method according to at least one example embodiment; </p>
...
    </description-of-drawings>
    <?brief-description-of-drawings description="Brief Description of Drawings" end="tail"?>
    <?detailed-description description="Detailed Description" end="lead"?>
    <heading id="h-0007">DETAILED DESCRIPTION</heading>
    <p id="p-0032" num="0031"> Detailed example embodiments of the inventive concepts are disclosed
        herein. However, specific structural and functional details disclosed herein are merely
        representative for purposes of describing example embodiments of the inventive concepts... </p>
    <p id="p-0033" num="0032"> Accordingly, while example embodiments of the inventive concepts are
        capable of various modifications and alternative forms, embodiments thereof are shown by way
        of example in the drawings and will herein be described in detail... </p> 
...
    <p id="p-0042" num="0041">
        <figref idrefs="DRAWINGS">FIGS. 1 and 2</figref> illustrate examples of a fingerprint image
        according to at least one example embodiment. </p>
    <p id="p-0043" num="0042"> Referring to <figref idrefs="DRAWINGS">FIG. 1</figref> , a
        fingerprint sensor (not shown) may sense a fingerprint <b>100</b> of a user. An example of a
        fingerprint recognition apparatus including a fingerprint sensor <b>310</b> will be
        discussed in greater detail below with reference to <figref idrefs="DRAWINGS">FIGS. 3 and
            12</figref> . The fingerprint sensor (e.g., the fingerprint sensor <b>310</b> ) may
        sense the fingerprint <b>100</b> through a sensing region. Here, a size of the sensing
        region of the fingerprint sensor may be smaller than a size of the fingerprint <b>100</b> ... </p>
...
    <?detailed-description description="Detailed Description" end="tail"?>
</description>


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