Handwriting and Drawing Research: Basic and Applied Issues

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Marvin L. Simner, C. Graham Leedham, A. J. W. M. Thomassen
IOS Press, 1996 - Computers - 529 pages
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A collection of articles representing progress in the major areas of fundamental and applied handwriting research. Areas covered are: behavioural and cognitive science; development, education and neuroscience; computer analysis and recognition; and forensic document examination.
 

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Contents

Preface v
1
Adaptive Shifts in HandFinger Coordination During Handwriting Across the Page
15
Synergies and Sequencing in Copying Lshaped Patterns R G J Meulenbroek
41
The Influence of Task Features on Biomechanical Exploitation in Drawing
57
Pentip versus Joint Kinematics
71
On the Role of Vision in Skilled Handwriting C Marquardt W Gentz and N Mai
87
The Possible Role of the Syllable as a Processing Unit in Handwriting H Bogaerts
115
An Interactive Cortical Map Architecture for Motor Planning P Morasso
143
Using Reading Models for Cursive Script Recognition M Cote E Lecolinet
299
Online Segmentation of Cursive Script Using an Arclength Representation
315
Multiple Recognizer Combination Topologies R K Powalka N Sherkat
329
A DictionaryBased Neural Network Scheme for Online Handwriting Recognition
343
Toward Automatic Construction of Structural Models for Unconstrained Handwritten
359
PenBased HumanComputer Interaction C Faure
373
TemporalDomain Matching of HandDrawn Pictorial Queries D Lopresti
387
Correlation Between Handwriting Characteristics A Leroy
403

Developmental Educational and Clinical Issues
157
Drawing Behavior in Children Reflects Internal Representational Changes
171
Interactive TwoDimensional Image Analysis in the Assessment of VisualMotor
187
The Use of Handwriting Legibility Scales in Grade One to Help Identify Children
197
Handwriting and Fine Motor Problems after Treatment for Acute Lymphoblastic
215
Preclinical Parkinson Features in Optically Scanned Handwriting E Helsper
241
Computer Analysis and Recognition Issues
265
An Online Cursive Script Recognition System C Higgins and P Bramall
285
Extraction of Signature and Seal Imprint from Documents K Ueda
419
Forensic Document Examination Issues
441
Dynamic Features of Mimicking Another Persons Writing and Signature
459
Retrospective Assessment of Handwriting Velocity P HalderSinn K Funsch
473
Computer Aided Creation of Handwriting Comparison Charts in the Forensic
493
Forensic Document Examination with Automatic Separation of Handwritten
509
Subject Index
523
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