Forensic Handwritten Document Retrieval System

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Forensic Handwritten Document Retrieval System
Document storage and retrieval capabilities of the CEDAR-FOX forensic handwritten document examination system are described. The system is designed for automated and semi-automated analysis of scanned handwritten documents. For library creation, the system provides functionalities for (i) entering document metadata, e.g., identification number, writer and other collateral information, (ii) creating a textual transcript of the image content at the word level, and (iii) including automatically extracted document level features, e.g, stroke width, slant, word gaps, as well as finer features that capture the structural characteristics of characters and words. For extracting these features the system performs page analysis, page segmentation, line separation, word segmentation and finally recognition of characters and words. The extracted features are used for writer identification by matching against a library built as a database. The system design is driven by questioned document examina...
Sargur N. Srihari, Zhixin Shi
Added 20 Aug 2010
Updated 20 Aug 2010
Type Conference
Year 2004
Where DIAL
Authors Sargur N. Srihari, Zhixin Shi
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