Estudios y normas sobre firma manuscrita digitalizada

Para profundizar en los aspectos técnicos de la digitalización de firmas manuscritas, cabe acudir a los siguientes recursos:

  • N.Bierhals, S. Hangai, G. Scharfenberg, J. Kempf, C. Hook, ‘Extraction of Target Areas based on Turning Points for Signature Verification-A Study on Signature/Sign Processed Dynamic Data Format SC37 N2442-’, Technical Report of BS Group, June, 2008
  • J. Galbally, J. Fierrez, M. R. Freire, and J. Ortega-Garcia. Feature Selection Based on Genetic Algorithms for On-Line Signature Verification, IEEE AIAT, pp198-203, 2007
  • S.Hangai, S.Yamanaka and T.Hamamoto, ‘On-Line Signature Verification Based On Altitude and Direction of Pen Movement‘, IEEE ICME2000, Aug. 2000.
  • ISO/IEC JTC1 /SC37 N 4273, 2011
  • M. Kawamoto, T. Hamamoto, S. Hangai., Improvement of On-line Signature Verification System Robust to Intersession Variability, Biometric Authentication, LNCS2359, pp168-175, 2002
  • M. Tanaka, A. Bargiela. Authentication Model of Dynamic Signatures using Global and Local Features, IEEE 7th workshop on Multimedia Signal Processing, pp1-4, 2005
  • TELECOM/Manag. Sud. Paris,’Biosecure Multimodal Evaluation Campaign’, 2007
  • D.Y. Yeung, H.Chang, Y.Xiong, S.George, R.Kashi, T.Matsumoto, G. Rigoll,‘SVC2004: First int. signature verification competition’, Proc. of ICBA, pp16-22,LNCS3072, 2004
  • S. Yamanaka, Masato Kawamoto, T. Hamamoto, and S. Hangai,  ‘Signature Verification Adapting to Intersession Variability‘, IEEE ICME2001, Aug. 2001.
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