Computer Processing of Handwriting

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World Scientific, 1990 - Computers - 412 pages
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This book presents 17 selected papers from the 4th International Graphonomics Society Conference, held at the University of Trondheim (Norway) in July 1989. It focusses on different aspects of automatic processing of handwriting by computer. The book is divided into three sections. The first one surveys the research works done on automatic signature verification over the last 25 years. The second section deals with problems related to the design of on-line cursive script recognition and the implementation of this technology into an electronic pen pad. The third section focusses on the integration of contextual knowledge in these systems.
 

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Contents

Identity Verification from Automatic Signature Processing
1
Dynamic Approaches to Handwritten Signature Verification
21
OnLine Symbols and Script Recognition
87
The PAD Pen And Display A Demonstrator
111
VIII
133
An Online HandwritingRecognition System Based
167
A PredictionVerification Strategy for Automatic Recognition
187
On Determining Distinctive Features of Handprinted Characters
207
Automatic Recognition and Transcription of Pitmans
235
Context and Knowledge
271
A TreeBased Dictionary Search Technique and Comparison
291
A Task Oriented Approach to Reading and to Handwritten
313
Automatic Perception of the Structure of Handwritten
337
A Computer Generation Model of BrushUsed Handwritten
363
Author Index
401
Copyright

A Gesture Based Text and Diagram Editor
221

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