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Default IGS1997.pdf (26 MB) 8th IGS conference: 24-29 Aug. 1997 Genoa, Italy

Development of an Internet Kanji learning system.
R. Tatsuoka, K. Maeda, M. Yoshimura ................................................. 65

A training program to improve handwriting: An empirical study of the effects on schoolchildren with writing problems.
C. Bruinsma, C. Nieuwenhuis .................................................. ........... 67

Systematization of the stroke order of Chinese characters for foreign students.
H. Oshiki, M. Isono .................................................. ........................ 69

Quantitative characteristics of the handwriting of normal and dysgraphic children in Hebrew script.
S. Rosenblum, A. Jessel, E. Adi-Japha, S. Parush, P. Weiss ..................... 71

Improving the handwriting of children with cerebral palsy: Report from clinical practice.
P. Giannoni, G. Veruggio, L. Zerbino .................................................. .. 73

An experimental program for the automatic study of handwriting learning at elementary school.
C. Remi, M. Amara, P. Courtellemont, D. de Brucq, D. Mellier, P. Largy ...... 75

Computer Science

The Designer's Apprentice: An innovative electronic blackboard.
M.Cnpps, D. Ellrman, C. Higgins, G. Hutton ........................................... 77

An on-line comer detection method for the Designer's Apprentice.
G. Hutton, M.Cnpps, D. Ellrman, C. Higgins ........................................... 79

Hand-sketched diagrams: Accuracy measurements and reading model.
D. Galindo, C. Faure .................................................. ...................... 81

On-line handwritten digit recognition with fuzzy neural networks.
E.Gomez Sanchez, J.Gago Gonzalez, Y. Dimitriadis, J.C. Izquierdo, J.Lopez Coronado ... 83

A shape based algorithm for segmenting on-line handwriting.
C. De Stefano, A. Marcelli .................................................. .............. 85

Two distinct behaviors emerge in mirror-drawing task.
L. Gullaud, A. Vinter .................................................. ...................... 87

Obtaining words from a sparse graph of letter candidates: The wildcard combination method.
A. Hennig, N Sherkat, R. Whitrow .................................................. ..... 89

An off-line character n. cognition method based on a dynamic model.
T. Nagasaki, T. Yamamoto, M. Nakagawa ............................................ 91

A fuzzy method for recognition of freehand drawn geometrical figures.
L. Caputo .................................................. .................................... 93

A robust description of 3D figure drawn with a stick.
T. Ejima, T. Ohashi, T. Yoshida .................................................. ....... 95

A comparison of the Hebrew and the non-Hebrew handwriting of bilingual people subjects.
R. Avishai .................................................. .................................... 97

Automatic adaptation to the writer.
A. Leroy .................................................. ...................................... 99

Neuro- fuzzy models in OCR applications.
F. Masulli, D. Alfonso, A. Sperduti .................................................. ... 101

Detection of intersections in road maps.
G. Do-Tien, R. Plamondon .................................................. ............. 103

Fractal and neurologic methods in handwriting analysis.
N. Vincent, V. Boutetreau , P. Faure, H. Emptoz, R Sabourin ................. 105

A software tool for the analysis of handwriting: Writing and drawing applications.
M. Amara, P. Courtellemont D. de Brucq, R Devinoy, P. Wallon, C. Mesmin- 107

Segmentation and recognition of handwritten Berber characters.
A. Djematene, B. Taconet, A. Zahour ................................................ 109

Segmentation of composite documents into homogeneous blocks.
S. Kebairi, A. Zahour, B. Taconet, L. Boukined .................................... 111

Gesture analysis in multimedia/multimodal environments.
A. Camurri, P. Morasso .................................................. ................. 113

Xcstk: An XI 1 based Viewing Tool for On-line Cursive Script.
S. Baros, C. Higgins, M. Knight .................................................. ....... 115

Forensic Applications

Separating Lines and Words in Unconstrained Handwriting.
Wu Xiaoying, G. Leedham .................................................. ............. 117

Complexity of writing rated and forged by non-handwriting experts.
B. Schwid .................................................. .................................. 119

Intraindividual changes in handwriting characteristics depending on the handwriting velocity.
P. Haider-Sinn, K.Funsch .................................................. .............. 121

Do class characteristics in adult cursive handwriting stem from the copybook patterns taught in school?
M. Simner .................................................. .................................. 123

Preparing handwriting images for forensic examination.
Y. Solihin, C.G. Leedham .................................................. ............... 125

The automatic extraction of pseudo dynamic information from static images of handwriting based on marked grayvalue segmentation.
K. Franke, G. Grube .................................................. ..................... 127

A proposed method for objective measurement of the handwriting of twins.
T.A. Wills, J. Gorajczyk, T.N. Thomas, D. Rosenberg ............................ 129

A study on the variation of signature quality as a function of nationality through an off-line verification procedure
I. Yoshimura, M. Yoshimura .................................................. ........... 131

Effects of slowing: A comparison of age-related and task-related slowing.
A. Van Gemmert, G. Van Galen, H. Hardy ........................................... 133

Update on the science of handwriting identification as viewed by the courts.
L. Wilson Marks .................................................. ........................... 135

Leonard Little Revisited. Can writings of Alter States be identified with the Host in a case of disassociative disorder (Multiple personality disorder).
L. Wilson Marks .................................................. ........................... 137
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