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A set of ROC plots as described by ISO/IEC 19795-1:2006(E)

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This format represents basic ROC plots, as described by the Biometrics standard ISO/IEC 19795-1:2006(E).

You must pass two 1D arrays of 64-bit floats representing the
`false_positives` (a.k.a. false match-rate) and `false_negatives`
components of the plot, which should have the same extent (or an error will be
generated) and a suggested `label`. The label will be used in case of
multi-plot graphs, as a default label option. The range of values should be
lie between 0 and 1.0, inclusive.

You must also pass the `number_of_positives` and `number_of_negatives`, two
64-bit unsigned integers indicating the number of positives and negatives used
to calculate the rates. These numbers are used to calculate the zero value in
case any of the passed values for the lines is zero and you decide to use
logarithmic-scale axes.

For more information, please consult section 10.6 "Graphical presentation of results" of the ISO standard.