Using Perturbed Handwriting to Support Writer ID in the Presence of Severe Data Constraints

Abstract

Usually we assume large amount of data for writer identification, what if only little data is available, e.g., 1 page, 1 paragraph, or even 1 line? Several reasonable assumptions in forensics: • The writers are no longer available. • The writers might not be collaborative. The question is then: what can we do in this situation? • Use of synthetic data has… (More)

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@inproceedings{Chen2011UsingPH, title={Using Perturbed Handwriting to Support Writer ID in the Presence of Severe Data Constraints}, author={Jin Chen and Wen Cheng and Daniel Lopresti}, year={2011} }