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SESSION 4B: COMPUTER PROCESSING OF HANDWRITING:
ON-LINE PROCESSING


AN EDITING TOOL FOR HANDWRITTEN TEXT ....................................... 151
Wacef Guerfali and Rejean Plamondon

ON-LINE CURSIVE HANDWRITING RECOGNITION
BASED ON MARKOV MODELS .................................................. .......... 154
G. Lorette, G. Menier, S. Bercu

SEGMENTATION OF HANDWRITTEN PITMAN SHORTHAND
OUTLINES USING AN INTERACTIVE HEURISTIC SEARCH ......................... 157
Yizheng Qiao and Graham Leedham

IDENTIFICATION AND RECOGNITION OF CAPITAL LETTERS
IN A HANDWRITTEN TEXT .................................................. ............. 163
Fathallah Nouboud, Rejean Plamondon and Pascal Carrieres

HANDWRITING INTERFACE FOR A LARGE CHARACTER SET ...................... 166
Toshio Souya, Hidehiro Fukushima,
Nobumasa Takahashi and Masaki Nakagawa

CAN WE MEASURE THE INTRINSIC DIFFICULTY
OF A SIGNATURE TO BE IMITATED? .................................................. 169
Jean-Jules Brault and Rejean Plamondon

SESSION 5A: MOTOR CONTROL OF HANDWRITING:

EXPERIMENTS ON PROCESSING LOAD

THE ROLE OF COGNITIVE FACTORS ON THE
TEMPORAL EXECUTION OF HANDWRITING MOVEMENTS ......................... 172
Jean-Pierre Orliaguet and Louis-Jean Boe

HANDWRITING AND DRAWING MOVEMENTS:
COMPUTATIONAL MODELS FOR TRAJECTORY FORMATION ..................... 175
Tamar Flash, Shimon Edelman, Paolo Paolo Viviani and
Sharon Yalov

COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF ACTUAL AND MENTAL MOVEMENTS
TIMES IN TWO GRAPHIC TASKS .................................................. ..... 179
J. Decety and F. Michel

EFFECTS OF PRACTICE AND COMPLEXITY
IN LEARNING MOVEMENT PATTERNS .................................................. 183
Hanneke van Mier, Wouter Hulstijn and Steven Petersen

CONCURRENT MEMORY LOADS AND WRITING TO DICTATION:
THE SOURCE OF STROKE ERRORS .................................................. ... 186
T.M. Sgaramella, A.W. Ellis, C. Semenza, A. Piani

THE DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN'S SIGNATURES ................................. 189
Rosemary Sassoon

EFFECTS OF LEXICALITY AND TRIGRAM FREQUENCY
ON HANDWRITING MOVEMENTS IN CHILDREN AND ADULTS .................... 192
Pascal Zesiger, Pierre Mounoud & Claude-Alain Hauert

EXPERIMENTAL AESTHETICS:
EFFECT OF CONTRAST VARIATIONS ON HEARTRATE
CHANGES IN CHINESE CALLIGRAPHY .................................................. 195
Henry S.R. Kao

IS REALLY WRITTEN LANGUAGE THE MIRROR OF SPEECH? ..................... 196
Colette Sirat and Evelyne Andreewsky

SESSION 5B: COMPUTER PROCESSING OF HANDWRITING:

A STATISTICAL TEMPLATE MATCHING METHOD
FOR CURSIVE SCRIPT RECOGNITION .................................................. 200
David M. Ford and Colin A. Higgins

ONLINE HANDWRITING RECOGNITION WITH
HIDDEN MARKOV MODELS .................................................. ............. 204
C.C. Tappert

APPLYING HUMAN KNOWLEDGE TO IMPROVE
MACHINE RECOGNITION OF
CONFUSING HANDWRITTEN NUMERALS .............................................. 207
Christine Nadal and Ching Y. Suen

A PIEZO-ELECTRIC RECORDING DEVICE OF WRITING VELOCITY .............. 210
Pieter de Bruyne

STROKE- VERSUS CHARACTER-BASED RECOGNITION
OF ON-LINE, CONNECTED CURSIVE SCRIPT ........................................ 213
Lambert R.B. Schomaker

FISH AND CHIPS .................................................. ......................... 218
Manfred Hecker

AREAS UNDER THE CURVES OF HANDWRITINGS ................................... 219
E. Edward Peeples and Paul Retzlaff

PREHENSION MOVEMENTS GENERATION BY A MODEL
USING EXPERIMENTAL DATA .................................................. .......... 223
R. Sgolastra and A. Starita

HANDWRITING SIMULATION: THE DEPENDENCY OF
HORIZONTAL OVEREXTENSION ON FAMILIARITY OF THE MODEL
AND DIRECTION OF MOVEMENT .................................................. ...... 226
Petra Haider-Sinn and Petra Born
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

PROGRAM FOR FIFTH HANDWRITING CONFERENCE:
MOTOR CONTROL OF HANDWRITING
............................................... xiii

PROGRAM ABSTRACTS

SESSION 1A: MOTOR CONTROL OF HANDWRITING:
MOTOR-CONTROL MODELS


BIOMECHANICS OF THE HAND .................................................. ........... 1
Kai-Nan An

HEMISPHERIC ASYMMETRIES IN TRAJECTORIAL
LEARNING OF IDEOGRAMS .................................................. ................ 4
V. Hdmberg and U. Halsband

NEUROCOMPUTING ASPECTS IN MODELLING
CURSIVE HANDWRITING .................................................. ................... 8
Pietro Morasso and Stefano Pagliano

WHAT DOES VELOCITY INFORMATION REVEAL
ABOUT HANDWRITING GENERATION .................................................. .... 9
Rejean Plamondon

ON FITTS'S AND HOOKE'S LAWS:
INFORMATION AND ENERGY CONSTRAINTS
IN HUMAN CYCLICAL MOVEMENT .................................................. ...... 11
Yves Guiard

DOES AN INDEPENDENT HORIZONTAL PROGRESSION FORCE
REALLY EXIST IN HANDWRITING? .................................................. ..... 15
Arnold J.W.M. Thomassen and Ruud G.J. Meulenbroek

STRUCTURE OF HANDWRITINGS USING OPPOSING RELATIONS ................. 18
Shozo Kondo and Kanchit Maitree

INVARIANT PROPERTIES OF HANDWRITING-MOTOR PROGRAMS
TO BE EMPLOYED IN AUTOMATIC CURSIVE-SCRIPT RECOGNITION ............ 21
Hans-Leo Teulings and Lambert R.B. Schomaker


SESSION IB: NEURAL-COGNITIVE FACTORS AND
DYSFUNCTIONS OF HANDWRITING


THE IMPACT OF VISION ON THE PRODUCTION
OF STROKES IN HANDWRITING .................................................. ........ 24
R.R.A. van Doom and P..G. Keuss

LOCAL AND GLOBAL CONSTRAINTS IN THE
GENERATION AND PERCEPTION OF DRAWING MOVEMENTS ...................... 27
Paolo Viviani

EFFECT OF CALLIGRAPHY WRITING ON COGNITIVE
PROCESSING IN THE TWO HEMISPHERES ............................................. 30
Guo Kejiao and Henry S.R. Kao

FINE MOTOR CONTROL IN CHILDREN WITH
A DEVELOPMENTAL COORDINATION ORDER .......................................... 33
Marina M. Schoemaker, Jan M.H. Schellekens,
Alex F. Kalverboer and Libbe Kooistra

PSYCHOMOTOR DEVELOPMENT IN CONGENITAL HYPOTHYROIDISM
TOWARDS A CEREBELLAR HYPOTHESIS OF CH MOTOR PROBLEMS ............. 36
L. Kooistra, J. M.H. Schellekens,
M.M. Schoemaker, and A.F. Kalverboer

HANDWRITING PERFORMANCES IN CLUMSY CHILDREN AND
CHILDREN WITHOUT MOTOR COORDINATION PROBLEMS ......................... 39
Annlaug Flem Maeland

WRITER'S CRAMP:
A MOVEMENT DISORDER OR A HANDWRITING PROBLEM? ......................... 41
Rosemary Sassoon

SESSION 2A: FACTORS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF HANDWRITING

ACQUIRED AGRAPHIA CAUSED BY FOCAL BRAIN DAMAGE ......................... 43
Steven W. Anderson, Ph.D., Jeffrey Saver, M.D.,
Hanna Damasio, M.D., and Daniel Tranel, Ph.D.

NEUROMOTOR NOISE AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF
OPTIMAL MOVEMENT STRATEGIES IN CHILDREN'S HANDWRITING ............. 47
Gerard P. van Galen, Stanley J. Portier,
Bouwien Smits-Engelsman, and Lambert R.B. Schomaker

RELATION BETWEEN WRITING VELOCITY AND
SIGNIFICANT PROCESS AND PRODUCT PARAMETERS IN
CHILDREN'S WRITING PERFORMANCES ................................................. 51
Nils Servik and Oddvar Arntzen

KINEMATIC AND COGNITIVE FEATURES OF
HANDWRITING DEVELOPMENT AND PROFICIENCY ................................... 55
Bouwien Smits Engelsman, Gerard P. van Galen,
and Stanley J. Portier

THE INFLUENCE OF PARENTAL INSTRUCTION AT HOME
ON THE STROKE PATTERNS CHILDREN USE WHEN THEY PRINT ................. 59
Marvin L. Simner

KINAESTHESIS: ITS FUNCTION IN HANDWRITING
DEVELOPMENT AND IMPROVEMENT .................................................. ... 62
Charles Charlton

INFLUENCE OF THE CHOICE OF HANDWRITING MODELS
ON THE LEGIBILITY AND SPEED .................................................. ....... 65
Ragnheidur Karlsdottir

SESSION 2B: COMPUTER PROCESSING OF HANDWRITING
OFF-LINE PROCESSING


A STRUCTURAL APPROACH FOR HANDWRITING RECOGNITION
BASED ON DIFFERENT ASPECTS OF INFORMATION ................................ 69
J.C. Pettier and J. Camillerapp
ROUGH CLASSIFICATION METHOD WITH

THE VARIABLE NUMBER OF CANDIDATES .............................................. 72
Kunio Takahashi, Hiroshi Amanuma, and Hiroyuki Kato

HANDWRITING RECOGNITION OF A RESTRICTED LEXICON ....................... 74
Paquet and Y. Lecourtier

SEGMENTATION AND RECOGNITION OF CALLIGRAPHIC TEXT .................... 77
Pieter de Bruyne and Robert Korolnik

A RIBBON MODEL FOR HANDWRITTEN CHARACTERS:
A NEW METHOD OF EXTRACTING DYNAMIC INFORMATION FROM 2-D SHAPE 80
G. Boccignone, A. Chianese,
L.P. Cordelia, and A. Marcelli

ON RECONSTRUCTION OF PEN MOTION FROM HAND WRITTEN SCRIPT ....... 83
A. Sur and A.K. Datta

SESSION 3A: MOTOR CONTROL OF HANDWRITING
BIOMECHANICAL AND COGNITIVE STUDIES


TEMPORAL INVARIANCE IN WRITING .................................................. . 86
Charles E. Wright

AN ANATOMIST'S VIEW OF PEN GRIP AND GRAPHIC PRODUCTION ............. 90
Mary D. Benbow

REACHING AND WRITING .................................................. ................ 93
David A. Rosenbaum and Sascha E. Engelbrecht

EXPLOITATION OF BIOMECHANICAL PROPERTIES IN THE
EXECUTION OF GRAPHIC STROKE SEQUENCES ...................................... 97
Ruud G.J. Meulenbroek and Arnold J.W.M. Thomassen

EFFECTORS INDEPENDENCE IN HANDWRITING:
A STUDY ON NORMAL AND PROSTHETIC HAND .................................... 101
Umberto Castiello and George E. Stelmach

LEXICAL AND PHONOLOGICAL ASPECTS IN THE PRODUCTION
OF LATIN SCRIPT AND SHORTHAND .................................................. 103
Stanley J. Portier, Gerard P. van Galen, and Arnold J.W.M. Thomassen

THE ROLE OF AFFERENT INFORMATION FOR THE PRODUCTION
OF ISOMETRIC FORCES AND FOR HANDWRITING .................................. 107
N. Teasdale, C. Bard, J. Paillard, M. Fleury, and R. Forget

SESSION 3B: PERSON-SPECIFIC ASPECTS AND DISTURBANCES
OF HANDWRITING


QUESTIONED DOCUMENT EXAMINATION -
HANDWRITING IDENTIFICATION AND TECHNICAL ITEMS ........................ 111
Peter E. Baier

THE IMPORTANCE OF HANDWRITING EXPERT OPINIONS
IN THE GERMAN JURIDICAL SYSTEM .................................................. 114
Manfred Hecker

SIMULATION OF IMPAIRMENT OF FORCE AMPLITUDE AND
FORCE DURATION IN PARKINSONIAN HANDWRITING .............................. 116
Hans-Leo Teulings and George E. Stelmach

TRIAL ANALYSIS OF LEXICAL WRITING IN BRAIN INJURY PATIENTS ......... 117
Yi Li, Zhan Qi-Min, He Jin, Hu Gui-Rong and Hu Chao-Gun

EFFECTS OF MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS ON HANDWRITING .......................... 120
Patricia Wellingham-Jones

MOUTH-WRITING OF A QUADRIPLEGIC ............................................... 123
Patricia Wellingham-Jones
EFFECTS OF DELAYED VISUAL FEEDBACK

ON HANDWRITING IN PARKINSON'S DISEASE ....................................... 124
Marcia C. Smith and Robert P. Fucetola

SESSION 4A: EDUCATION, EVALUATION AND REMEDIATION
OF HANDWRITING


SELF-ORGANIZING NEUTRAL NETWORKS FOR
PLANNED SENSORY-MOTOR CONTROL ............................................... 126
Stephen Grossberg

PREDICTING HANDWRITING, READING, AND
SPELLING DEVELOPMENT FROM READING AND
VISUAL MOTOR PRETESTS TAKEN AT
SCHOOL START IN GRADE ONE .................................................. ....... 130
Ragnheidur Karlsdottir

PREMATURE WRITING AND LEARNING DISABILITIES .............................. 133
David S. Mather

HOW CHILDREN DRAW GEOMETRICAL PATTERNS .................................. 135
M.L. Meeks, T.T. Kuklinski and Pamela E. Hook

A THERAPY PROGRAM FOR IMPROVING READINESS SKILLS ..................... 138
Carolyn E. Oliver

EVALUATION OF HANDWRITING ACCORDING TO CRITERIA
AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON THE EFFECTS OF TRAINING
IN USING EVALUATION CRITERIA .................................................. .... 141
Cee Bruinsma and Cornelia Nieuwenhuis

COMPUTER-GENERATED LETTERS TO BRIDGE THE GAP
BETWEEN WRITING AND READING .................................................. ... 144
Rosemary Sassoon

SCHRUF: A COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR
COMPUTATION OF HANDWRITING FEATURES ...................................... 146
Frans J. Maarse and Stanley J. Portier

A COMPUTER SYSTEM FOR RECORDING AND
ANALYZING HANDWRITING .................................................. ............ 150
(Poster Presentation & Demonstration)
T.T. Kuklinski
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