Hybrid writer-independent-writer-dependent offline signature verification system

@article{Eskander2013HybridWO,
  title={Hybrid writer-independent-writer-dependent offline signature verification system},
  author={George S. Eskander and Robert Sabourin and Eric Granger},
  journal={IET Biometrics},
  year={2013},
  volume={2},
  pages={169-181}
}
Standard signature verification (SV) systems are writer-dependent (WD), where a specific classifier is designed for each individual. It is inconvenient to ask a user to provide enough number of signature samples to design his WD classifier. In practice, very few samples are collected and inaccurate classifiers maybe produced. To overcome this, writer-independent (WI) systems are introduced. A global classifier is designed using a development database, prior to enrolling users to the system. For… CONTINUE READING
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