Empirical mode decomposition for online handwritten signature verification

T. Hafs L. Bennacer M. Boughazi A. Nait-Ali 1
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Abstract : The handwritten signature is a biometric method used to verify a person's identity. This study lies within the scope of an online handwritten signature verification system, in which a signature is modelled by an analytical approach based on the empirical mode decomposition. The organised system is tested on the SVC2004 task1 and MYCT-100 databases. The implemented evaluation protocol shows the importance of the adopted method and allows obtaining an equal error rate of 1.83 and 2.23% for the SVC2004 task1 and the MYCT-100 databases, respectively.
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T. Hafs, L. Bennacer, M. Boughazi, A. Nait-Ali. Empirical mode decomposition for online handwritten signature verification. IET Biometrics, The Institution of Engineering and Technology, 2016, 5 (3), pp.190-199. ⟨hal-01568408⟩

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