Handwriting Examination: Moving from Art to Science

@inproceedings{Jarman1999HandwritingEM,
  title={Handwriting Examination: Moving from Art to Science},
  author={Kristin H. Jarman and Richard C. Hanlen and Patricia A. Manzolillo},
  year={1999}
}
In this document, we present a method for validating the premises and methodology of forensic handwriting examination. [...] Key ResultThe result is not only a profile grouping but also an indication of statistical significance of the groups generated. Expand Abstract

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