International Graphonomics Society (IGS) -- Graphonomics.org (i-g-s.org)

International Graphonomics Society (IGS) -- Graphonomics.org (i-g-s.org) (http://forums.graphonomics.org/index.php)
-   Contents of IGS Publications (http://forums.graphonomics.org/forumdisplay.php?f=24)
-   -   IGS1995.pdf (34 MB) 7th IGS conference: 6-10 Aug. 1995 London, Ontario, Canada (http://forums.graphonomics.org/showthread.php?t=122)

Hans-Leo Teulings 2010-06-11 07:12 PM

IGS1995.pdf (34 MB) 7th IGS conference: 6-10 Aug. 1995 London, Ontario, Canada
 
Continued from previous posting......

FULL PAPERS http://forums.graphonomics.org/showthread.php?t=99

Marquardt, C. , Gentz, W. , & Mai, N.
On the role of vision in skilled handwriting .......................................... 102

Masulli, F., Sona, D. , Sperduti, A., Starita, A & Zaccagnini, G.
A system for the automatic morphological analysis of mediaeval manuscripts .... 104

Matley, M.B.
A protocol for research in disguised handwriting by one specific change only as illustrated by slant

Matsushima, T. Speed-accuracy trade-off in drawing:
Interrelation of space-time variability in tracing and handwriting ............ 106

McEvoy, R.T.Jr. Quality imaging for forensic document examination.......... 108

Meeks, L., & Kuklinski, T.
The influence of medication on the handwriting of children with attention
deficit disorder

Metz , B.A.
Copy-proof paper and other document security developments ............... 110

Meulenbroek, R.G.J. , Thomassen, A. J.W.M. , & Schillings,J.J.
Synergies and sequencing in graphic motor control .............................. 112

Minary, F. , & Vinter, A.
Cognition and graphomotor activity: Developmental aspects................... 114

Morasso, P.G., Sanguineti, V., & Spada, G.
A multiplemap architecture for cursive handwriting .............................. 116

Nishida, H.
Toward automatic construction of structural models for unconstrained handwritten characters .................................................. ................ 118

Parisse, C. , Rosenthal, V., & Chainay, H.
Global-tolocal structure of visual processes in reading .......................... 120

Pastor, F.M. , Dimitriadis, Y.A. , Garcia, R.G., & Coronado, J.L.
A dictionary-based neural network
scheme for on-line handwriting recognition ........................................ 122

Peeples, E.E., & Teulings, H-L. Brain and handwriting............................ 124

Plamondon, R. A delta lognormal model for handwriting generation .......... 126

Powalka, R.K. , Sherkat, N. , & Whitrow, R.J.
Multiple recognizer combination topologies ......................................... 128

Reinders-Messelink, H.A., Schoemaker, M.M. , Goeken,
L.N.H., Briel Van den, .M.M. , & Kamps, W.A.
Handwriting problems of children treated for leukemia: A combined product- and process-oriented approach .................................................. ..... 130

Ristad, E.S.
Natural transformations of handwritten curves

Rogers, D. , & Found, B.
The objective measurement of spatial invariance in handwriting ............. 132

Rose, T.G., & Evett, L.J.
Handwriting recognition using domain information ................................ 134

Schillings, J.J., Meulenbroek, R.G. J. , Thomassen,A.J.W.M.
Joint control in graphic trajectory formation ....................................... 136

Schmidt, C. , & Olschewski, F.
Signature verification using a self-organizing map: A connectionist
approach based on dynamic features of the signature (a) .................... 138

Schmidt, C. , & Hunermann, R. Handwriter identification based on dynamic word independent features (b) .................................................. ...... 140

Schomaker, L.R.B.
Handling within-writer variability and between-writer variation in the recognition of on-line handwriting
Schwid, B.L. Forensic case study: Multiple personality.......................... 142

Simner, M.L.
Handwriting legibility and in grade one and later school achievement ....... 144

Sizov, K.A.
Handwriting recognition and human perception .................................... 146

Smits-Engelsman, B.C.M., van Galen, G.P., & Meulenbroek, R.G.J.
From static to dynamic analysis of handwriting: On the development of velocity, fluency, coordination and rhythm in children's writing (a) .......... 148

Smits Engelsman, B.C.M., Van Galen, G. , & Schoemaker,M.M.
Effects of physical therapy on psychomotor features of poor handwriting (b) ..................... 150

Suen, C.Y., & Tang, Y.Y.
Analysis and recognition of documents by computer ............................ 152

Teulings, H.-L., Contreras, J., & Stelmach, G.E.
Coordination of fingers, wrist and arm in Parkinsonian handwriting

Thomassen, A.J.W.M., Meulenbroek, R.G.J. , Schillings,J.J., Steenbergen, B.
Non-linear changes in effector coordination during handwriting across the page....................................... 154

Ueda, K.
Extraction of signature and seal imprint from document ........................ 156

Van Galen, G.P., & Van Gemmert, A.W.A.
Dynamic features of mimicking another person's handwriting ................. 158

Van Gemmert, A.W.A. , & Van Galen, G.P.
Psychomotor features of copying another person's signature.................. 160

Vinter, A., Desbiez , D. , Gras, P., & Pozzo, T.
A preliminary study in Parkinson's disease patients of bioelasticity use in drawing angular figures (a) .... 162

Vinter,A., & Picard, D.
Flexibility of graphic routines in drawing: A developmental approach (b) ... 164

Wesolkowski, S.
Off-line cursive script recognition: A survey ....................................... 166

Wilson Marks, L. Forensic document examination:
Results of an international survey of training
methods, licensing, and certification requirements in the field ................ 168

Wright, C.E., & Lindemann, P.G.
Generalization of motor representations for handwriting: What is learned when learning to write with the non-dominant hand? ........................ 170

Zhang, X., & MacLeod, I.
Oblique elastic movement for wrist and finger while writing/drawing ....... 172

Hans-Leo Teulings 2010-06-11 07:13 PM

IGS1995.pdf (34 MB) 7th IGS conference: 6-10 Aug. 1995 London, Ontario, Canada
 
FULL PAPERS http://forums.graphonomics.org/showthread.php?t=99

PRESENTATION TITLES

Alimi, A.M. & Plamondon, R. Speed-accuracy tradeoffs formulations: Toward a robust law............................................... .................................... 17

Ammar, M., Aita, M., Younaki, B., & Takwa, B.
Portable software for signature verification and analysis (SIGVA 1.0), usable with IBM-PC compatible machines.......................................... ............. 19

Barabe, J., Niemeyer, W., Teetsov, A., & Willard
Light and scanning electron microscopy approaches to sequence-of -writing questions .................................................. .................................... 21

Barberis, L., Morasso, P.G., & Pareto, A. SIMPLEX:
How to survive with no keyboard, no mouse, and a sloppy cursive script recognizer .................................................. ................................... 22

Behboodi, Z., & Mohamad, K.
A comparative study on children's form errors in printing Persian and
english letters

Bogaerts, H. , Meulenbroek, R.G.J. , & Thomassen,
A.J.W.M. The role of the syllabic structure for
pen lift movements in handwriting production ....................................... 24

Bontempi, B. & Marcelli, A.
On-line segmentation of cursive script using an arc length representation . 26

Bruinsma, C. & Nieuwenhuis, C.W.
Effects of a training program for self-evaluation and peer
group evaluation .................................................. ........................... 28

Chefalas, T.E., Kim, J. & Tappert, C.C.
The IBM ThinkWrite Handwriting Recognizer: Development and future enhancements .................................................. ............................. 30

Cohen Bar-Kama, S. & Proactor, G.
Metacognitive strategies in relation to graphic and writing
skills (a) .................................................. ...................................... 32

Cohen Bar-Kama, S., Tirosh, E. , Ben-Assa, M. , & Elhasid, R.
The graphic test battery's contribution to the understanding of the
connection between dysgraphy and dysfunction ofthe CM. C (b) ............. 34

Cole, N.H.
An investigation into the authorship of the Dark Tower: A work published posthumously and attributed to C . S . Lewis ....................................... 36
__________________________________________________ _______________
*Page numbers refer to the locations of the extended summaries in
Section 4 .
__________________________________________________ _______________
Contreras-Vidal, J.L., Teulings, H.L., & Stelmach,G.E.
A network model of pathological cortical-subcortical interactions in abnormal handwriting .................................................. ................................. 38

Cote, M. , Lecolinet, E. , Cheriet, M. , & Suen, C.Y.
Using reading models for cursive script recognition. ............................... 40

De Jong, W.P., Hulstijn, W. , Kosterman, B. J.M. , & Smits-Engelsman, B.C.M. OASIS:
A new macro language for the experimental research on handwriting ....... 42

Desbiez, D., Vinter, A., & Meulenbroek, R.
The graphic production of angular figures and its different levels of control. 44

Doux, A-C., Milgram, M.
On-line signature authentif ication using DTW and neural network ............ 46

Fairhurst, M.C. & Higson, N.
Interactive twodimensional image analysis in the assessment of
visual-motor integration through figure copying .................................... 48

Faure, C., & Hervet, S.
Pen-based human-computer interaction .............................................. 50

Found, B., & Rogers, D.
Investigation of signature complexity for forensic purposes (a) ................ 52

Found, B., Rogers, D., & Schmittat, R.
Techniques for overcoming difficulties taking objective spatial measurements from handwriting (b) .................................................. ...................... 54

Giannoni, P., Veruggio, G., & Zerbino, L.
Prognostic assessment of handwriting in cerebral palsied children ............. 56

Gierhart, H.S., & Teulings, H.-L.
Teaching handwriting in the computer age ........................................... 58

Gioiello, M. , Sorbello, F. , Vassallo, G. , & Vitabile,S.
A new neural solution for the handwritten character recognition task .................................................. .................................................. 60

Greening, C., Sagar, V., & Leedham, C.G.
Segmentation of hand-written text from machine printed text for
forensic purposes .................................................. ......................... 62

Guerfali, W., & Plamondon, R.
Control strategies for handwriting generation ....................................... 64

Gullaud, L., & Vinter, A.
The role of visual information in sequencing and directionality in drawing behavior .................................................. ..................................... 66

Haider-Sinn, P., & Veit, C.
Vertical extension in accelerated and decelerated handwriting depending on
allographs and individual writing habits ................................................ 68

Hardy, H., & Neuteboom, W.
Accreditation of forensic handwriting examination (a) ............................ 70

Hardy, H., ter Kuile-Haller , R. , & Froentjes, W.
A comparative handwriting examination of Rembrandt signatures (b) ..... ... 72

Hecker, M.R.
Gender identification through handwriting ............................................ 74

Helsper, E., & Teulings, H-L.
Extracting stroke features from optically scanned handwriting ................. 76

Higgins, C.A., & Bramall, P.E.
An on-line cursive script recognition system ........................................ 78

Holcombe, G. , Leedham, G. , & Sagar, V.
An experimental interactive imaging environment for examination of
questioned documents .................................................. ................... 80

Huang, Y.S., Liu, K. , & Suen, C.Y.
A multi-layer prototype optimization method ........................................ 82

Hulstijn, W. Writing and drawing in neuropsychology .............................. 84

Isao, Y., Mitsu, Y. , & Takahiro, T.
Investigation of an automatic verification system for Japanese
countersignatures on traveler' s cheques ............................................ 86

Kandel, S., Orliaguet, J-P., Boe, L-J., & Zesiger, P.
Visual recovery of motor anticipation in handwriting: Analysis of threshold detection .................................................. .................................... 88

Karamat, E., Teulings, H-L., Helsper, E. , & Stelmach,G.E.
Handwriting features in preclinical Parkinsonism .................................... 90

Koppenhaver, K. M.
Disguised writing in anonymous writing cases ....................................... 92

Lelivelt, A.B.M., Meulenbroek, R.G.J. , & Thomassen,A.J.W.M.
Mapping abstract main axes in handwriting onto hand and finger joints ..... 94

Leroy, A.
Correlation between handwriting characteristics ................................... 96

Lopresti, D. , & Tomkins, A.
Temporal -domain matching of hand-drawn pictorial queries .................... 98

Maarse, F. J. , Bouwhuisen, C.F., & Hulstijn, W.
Writing: A computer program for handwriting education and remedial teaching .................................................. ................................................ 100


All times are GMT. The time now is 07:02 AM.

Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.7.2
Copyright ©2000 - 2019, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.
Copyright 2008, International Graphonomics Society