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A handwritten signature is a person’s name written by his or her own hand. Signature is a behavioral feature utilized in automatic user verification systems inside the biometric framework.
Handwritten signatures have a long history of being used to validate a user’s identification for applications such as document authentication, credit card transactions, cheque verification, attendance recording, and forensics. Although signatures are still used to visually authenticate an individual’s identification, a growing interest in both academics and industry has led to the development of systems for automatic signature-based user authentication. Nowadays, signature is one of the most widely accepted biometrics because the majority of users consider it as a noninvasive and nonthreatening characteristic, with the act of signing being a part of everyday life.
- History of Signature Recognition
- Signature Recognition
- Acquiring a sample/Reference Data
- Strengths and Weaknesses of Signature Recognition
- Common Applications
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