On-line signature verification involves the use of many different features or domains. The most stable domains for a signer are analysed in this paper. For this purpose, stable domains are calculated with the weighted Direct Matching Points (ωDMP), which is a relaxed version of the classical DMP technique. In addition to the direct coupling, ωDMP also considers the information contained in the 1:N couplings from the Dynamic Time Warping algorithm. Using the ωDMP technique, state-of-the-art verification results are obtained, showing the capacity to outperform previous DMP techniques to calculate the local stability model of signers.

Weighted direct matching points for user stability model in multiple domains: A proposal for on-line signature verification

Impedovo D.
;
Pirlo G.;
2019

Abstract

On-line signature verification involves the use of many different features or domains. The most stable domains for a signer are analysed in this paper. For this purpose, stable domains are calculated with the weighted Direct Matching Points (ωDMP), which is a relaxed version of the classical DMP technique. In addition to the direct coupling, ωDMP also considers the information contained in the 1:N couplings from the Dynamic Time Warping algorithm. Using the ωDMP technique, state-of-the-art verification results are obtained, showing the capacity to outperform previous DMP techniques to calculate the local stability model of signers.
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