Stability and style-variation modeling for on-line signature verification

@article{Huang2003StabilityAS,
  title={Stability and style-variation modeling for on-line signature verification},
  author={Kai Huang and Hong Yan},
  journal={Pattern Recognition},
  year={2003},
  volume={36},
  pages={2253-2270}
}
Stability and style variation are important characteristics in handwriting analysis and recognition. This paper describes a stability modeling technique of handwritings in the context of on-line signature veri cation. With this technique, the stability and style-variation characteristics of the reference samples are deduced from the dynamic warping relationship between the sequences of basic handwriting strokes. Reliability measures of the extracted signature features are incorporated into the… CONTINUE READING
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