Dynamic Signature Verification System Design Using Stroke Based Feature Extraction Algorithm

@inproceedings{Qu2004DynamicSV,
  title={Dynamic Signature Verification System Design Using Stroke Based Feature Extraction Algorithm},
  author={Tong Qu},
  year={2004}
}
Dynamic signature verification (DSV) uses the behavioral biometrics of a handwritten signature to confirm the identity of a computer user. This thesis presents a novel stroke-based algorithm for DSV. After individual strokes are identified, a significant stroke is discriminated by the maximum correlation with respect to the reference signatures. Between each pair of signatures, the local correlation comparisons are computed between portions of the pressure and velocity signals using segment… CONTINUE READING

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