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Hans-Leo Teulings
2010-06-11, 07:23 PM
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Author Index

NAME PAGE
Abe, I 78
Achemlal, M 170
Akamatsu, S 78
Ammar, M 167
Aoki, K 89
Athenes, S 38, 140
Baier, P 146
Bills, G.A 157
Blesser, B 178
Brault, J.J 50, 56
Brocklehurst, E.R 194
Brown, J.S 33
Brown, T.L 33
Carr, T.H 33
Charraut, D 81
Chau, A.W 100
Conrad, B 117
den Brinker, B.P.L.M 107
Dooijes, E.H 184
Duvernoy, J 81
El-Buaeshi, H 86
Flem Maeland, A 114
Ford, D.M 194
Fox, A.S 53
Fujita, T 188
Fukumura, T 167
Guiard, Y 140
Hamstra-Bletz, L 107
Higgins, C 92, 194
Hussong, J 146
Ibrahim, B 191
Ivaldi Mussa, F.A 8
Kamada, H 188
Kao, H.S.R 104,110, 123
Karlsdottir, R 114
Kawatani, T 78
Kijima, Y 188
Ko, H.W 104
Kondo, S 72
Krzyzak, A 86
Lam, P.W 104, 110
Lorette, G 154, 170
Maarse, F.J 2, 16, 19, 25
MacDonald, J.L 33
Machetanz, J 117
Mandler, E 64
Meulenbroek, R.G.J 16, 30, 134
Mjolsnes, S.F 173
Morasso, P 8, 181
Mori, R 95
Mourier, M 170
Newel I, K.M 36
Nimmo-Smith, I 131
Oulamara, A. 81
Pan, B.C 75
Parizeau, M 164
Phillips, J 22, 120
Plamondon, R 2, 11, 50, 56, 154, 160, 164
Poulin, G 154
Robinson, L 123
Sabourin, R 160
Sassoon, R 131
Schneider, B 137
Schomaker, L.R.B 5, 181
Schonle, P.W 117
Sekita, I 95
Simner, M.L 128, 137
Smyth, M.M 30
Soberg, G 173
Stelmach, G.E 22, 100, 120
Tappert, C.C 53
Teasdale, N 22, 120
Teder, W 146
Teulings, H.L 5, 16, 19, 181
Thomassen, A.J.W.M 5 , 16, 19 , 25 , 181
Tibosch, H.J. CM 25
Toraichi, K. 95
Tsutsumida, T 78
van Emmerik, R.E.A 36
Van Galen, G.P 30, 134
Varady, M.J 157
Wann, J.P 38
Ward, J.R 60, 67, 178
Whitrow, R 92
Wing, A 131
Wu, S.C 75
Yamada, H 95
Yamaguchi , Y 188
Yamamoto, K 42, 95
Yan, G.Y 75
Yang, K.H 110
Yen, N.S 104, 110
Yoshida, Y 167
Yoshino, K 89
Zimmermann, K.P 157

Hans-Leo Teulings
2010-06-11, 07:24 PM
INSTRUMENTATION
(Chairperson: J.G. Deschenes)
Design Criteria for an Electronic Tablet Technology with Acceptable
Performance for Handwriting Capture and Analysis ........................... 178
Blesser B., Ward J.R.

Handwriting-Analysis System .................................................. ..... 181
Teulings H.L., Schomaker L.R.B., Morasso P., Thomassen A.J.W.N.

The Heliscript Technique for the Digital Synthesis of
Quasi-Calligraphic Script .................................................. .......... 184
Dooijes E.H.

MAN-MACHINE INTERFACE
(Chairperson: G. Lorette)
A Cal System Based on Kanji Recognition for Learning Japanese .......... 188
Kamada H., Yamaguchi Y., Kijima Y., Fujita T.

Impact on Interactivity of High Performance Finger Input Device ........... 191
Ibrahim B.

The Electronic Paper Project .................................................. ....... 194
Brocklehurst E.R., Ford D.N., Higgins, CA.

Hans-Leo Teulings
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Third International Symposium on
Handwriting and Computer Applications
20-23 July 1987
Montreal, Canada

Table of Contents

Preface .................................................. ....................................... v
Sponsors .................................................. .................................... vii
Organizing Committee .................................................. .................... ix
Program Committee .................................................. ....................... xi

MONDAY, July 20
NEURAL AND MOTOR ASPECTS

MODELLING OF HANDWRITING
(Chairperson: G. P. Van Galen)
A Neuron Oriented Representation to Compare Biomechanical
Handwriting Models .................................................. ....................... 2
Plamondon R., Maarse F.J.

A Computational Model of Cursive Handwriting ...................................... 5
Schomaker L.R.B., Thomassen A.J.W.M., Teulings H.L.

Computational Models of Handwriting .................................................. 8
Morasso P., Ivaldi Mussa F.A.

What Does Differential Geometry Tell Us About Handwriting Generation ..... 11
PIamondon R.

NEURAL AND MOTOR ASPECTS I
(Chairperson: E. H. Dooijes)
Computational Measures for Ballisticity in Handwriting ........................... 16
Maarse F.J., Meulenbroek R.G.J., Teulings H.L., Thomassen A. J. W.M.

Main Axes of Movement in Handwriting: Predicting Pen Speed
and Accuracy .................................................. ............................. 19
Teulings H.L., Thomassen A.J.W.M., Maarse F.J.

Are Invariances in Handwriting a Function of the Specific Movement
Constraints? .................................................. ............................... 22
Teasdale N., Stelmach G.E., Phillips J.

Spontaneous Versus Habitual Stroke Sequences in Generating Characters . 25
Thomassen A.J.W.N., Maarse F.J., Tibosch H.J. C.N.

NEURAL AND MOTOR ASPECTS II
(Chairperson: H.S.R. Kao)
The Monitoring of Repetitive Stroking Patterns Under Visual and Non
Visual Guidance of Handwriting .................................................. ....... 30
Van Galen G.P., Smyth N.M., Meulenbroek R.G.J.

Coordinating Language Generation and Motor Control in Discourse
Production via Handwriting .................................................. ............. 33
Brown J.S., Carr T.H., MacDonald J.L., Brown T.L.

Biokinematic Analysis of Response Dynamics in Handwriting .................... 36
van Emmerik R.E.A., Newell K.N.

Structural Influences in Written Script: An Analysis of Highly-
Skilled Foot-Writing .................................................. ...................... 38
Wann J .P., Athenes S.

TUESDAY, July 21
PATTERN RECOGNITION AND APPLICATIONS

(Guest paper)
Computer Recognition of Handwritten Characters: Research and
Development for Japanese Characters ................................................ 42
Yamamoto K.

SEGMENTATION OF CURSIVE SCRIPTS
(Chairperson: A. Krzyzak)

Handwritten Curve Partitioning Based on Geometric and Sequential
Information .................................................. ................................. 50
Brault J.J., Plamondon R.

On-Line External Word Segmentation for Handwriting Recognition ........... 53
Fox A.S., Tappert C.C.

Global and Local Time Warping Function for Handwritten
Curves Comparison .................................................. ....................... 56
Brault J.J., Plamondon R.

ON-LINE RECOGNITION OF HANDWRITTEN CHARACTERS
(Chairperson: P. Morasso)
Combinatorial Aspects of Variability in Handprinted Text ........................ 60
Ward J.R.

Advanced Preprocessing Technique for On-Line Script Recognition
of Non -Connected Symbols .................................................. ........... 64
Mandler E.

Issues in the Validity of Testing Protocols and Criteria for
On-Line Recognition of Handwritten Text ............................................ 67
Ward J.R.

OPTICAL CHARACTER RECOGNITION I
(President/Chairperson: C.Y. Suen)
Some Considerations on Stroke-Structure of Characters Using a
Model of Handwriting Process .................................................. ......... 72
Kondo S.

A Method of Recognizing Handprinted Characters ................................. 75
Pan B.C., Wu S.C., Yan G.Y.

An Effective Method for Handprinted Kanji OCR Using Multi-Stage
Recognition .................................................. ................................ 78
Tsutsumida T., Abe I., Akamatsu S., Kawatani T.

Handwriting Synthesis by Space Variant Transform Application to
Writers Recognition .................................................. ...................... 81
Duvernoy J., Oulamara A., Charraut D.

OPTICAL CHARACTER RECOGNITION II
(Chairperson: F.J. Maarse)
Classification of Digitized Curves Represented by Signatures .................. 86
Krzyzak A., El-Buaeshi H.

Recognizer for Handwritten Script Words Using Syntactic Method ........... 89
Aoki K., Yoshino K.

The Application of n-Grams for Script Recognition ................................ 92
Whitrow R., Higgins C.

Handprinted Chinese Character Database ........................................... 95
Toraichi K., Sekita I., Mori R., Yamamoto K., Yamada H.

WEDNESDAY, July 22
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL ASPECTS AND EDUCATION

(Guest paper)
Future Directions in Handwriting Research from the Cognitive
and Motor Perspective .................................................. ................ 100
Stelmach G. E., Chau A.W.

PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF HANDWRITING I
(Chairperson: A.J.W.M. Thomassen)
Psychophysiological Changes Associated with Children's Writing of
Chinese Calligraphy: The Effect of Character Stroke Forms .................. 104
Lam P.W., Kao H.S.R., Ko H.W., Yen N.S.

The Relationship Between Time Invariance and Handwriting Quality
in Primary School Children .................................................. ............ 107
den Brinker B.P.L.N., Hamstra-Bletz , L.

Psychophysiological Changes Associated with the Writing of Chinese
Calligraphy. The Case of Schizophrenic Patients ................................. 110
Kao H.S.R., Lam P .W., Yen N.S., Yang K.H.

PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF HANDWRITING II
(Chairperson: M. Simner)
Contextual Factors and Writing Performances of "Normal" and
Dysgraphic Chi Idren .................................................. ................... 114
Sovick N., Flem Maeland A., Karlsdottir R.

Computationally Versus Representationally Based Programming
of Handwriting Movements .................................................. ........... 117
Schonie P.W., Nachetanz J., Conrad B.

Intentional Control of Temporal and Spatial Characteristics of
Parkinsonian Handwriting .................................................. .............. 120
Phillips J., Stelmach G.E., Teasdale N.

Heartrate Deceleration in Graphonomic Acts: Drawing, Calligraphy
and Handwriting .................................................. ......................... 123
Kao H.S.R., Robinson L.

HANDWRITING EDUCATION AND LEARNING
(Chairperson: N. Sovick)
Using Form Errors in Samples of Printing From Four Year Old
Children as Predictors of Later School Achievement ............................ 128
Simner M.L.

Developing Efficiency in Cursive Handwriting: An Analysis of
Children's [t] Crossing .................................................. ................. 131
Sassoon R., Nimmo-Smith I., Wing A.

The Production of Connecting Strokes in Cursive Script : Developing
Co-Articulation is 8 to 12 Year-Old Children ....................................... 134
Meulenbroek R.G.J., Van Galen G.P.

Relationship Between Name and Word Printing Errors in Kindergarten
and Children's First Grade Achievements in Reading and Arithmetic ........ 137
Schneider B., Simner N.L.

Handwriting as a Bimanual Activity .................................................. 140
Athenes S., Guiard Y.

PANEL DISCUSSION
(Moderator : C.Y. Suen)
Challenges for future research in handwriting ..................................... 143

THURSDAY, July 23
SIGNATURE VERIFICATION AND OTHER APPLICATIONS

(Guest paper)
Future Trends in Automatic Document Analysis .................................. 146
Baier P., Teder W., Hussong J.

SIGNATURE ANALYSIS
(Chairperson: R. Plamondon)
On the Intrinsic, Theoretical and Technical Difficulties
of Designing and Automatic Signature Verification System ................... 154
Plamondon R., Lorette G., Poulin G.

Spectral Analysis of Script and Signatures ........................................ 157
Bills G.A., Varady N.J., Zimmermann K.P.

On the Implementation of Some Graphometric Techniques for
Interactive Signature Verification : A Feasibility Study ........................ 160
Sabourin R., Plamondon ft.

SIGNATURE VERIFICATION
(Chairperson: G. Poulin)
Relative Performances of Signature, Handwritten Password and
Initials for Personal Identification .................................................. ... 164
Parizeau M., Plamondon ft.

Feature Extraction and Selection for Simulated Signature Verification ..... 167
Ammar M., Yoshida Y., Fukumura T.

Dynamic Signature Verification .................................................. ..... 170
Achemlal M., Mourier M., Lorette G.

A Comparative Performance Experiment of Dynamic Signature
Verification Devices .................................................. .................... 173
Njolsnes S.F., Soberg G.
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