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Off-line Signature Verification Based on Fusion of Grid and Global Features Using Neural Networks

International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology 01/2010;
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ABSTRACT Signature is widely used and developed area of research for personal verification and authentication. In this paper Off-line Signature Verification Based on Fusion of Grid and Global Features Using Neural Networks (SVFGNN) is presented. The global and grid features are fused to generate set of features for the verification of signature. The test signature is compared with data base signatures based on the set of features and match/non match of signatures is decided with the help of Neural Network. The performance analysis is conducted on random, unskilled and skilled signature forgeries along with genuine signatures. It is observed that FAR and FRR results are improved in the proposed method compared to the existing algorithm.

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