Offline Handwritten Signature Identification based on Hybrid Features and Proposed Deep Model
Keywords:Deep Learning, Fast Fourier Transform, Gray-Level Co-occurrence Matrix, Handwritten Signature, Linear Discriminant Analysis
Handwritten signature identification is the process of identifying the true identity of an individual by analyzing their signature. This is an important task in applications such as financial transactions, legal documents, and biometric systems. Various techniques have been developed for signature identification, including feature-based methods and machine learning-based methods. This paper proposes an authentic signature identification method based on integrating static (off-line) signature data and proposed deep-based model, this is done by fused three types of signature features, Linear Discriminant Analysis (LDA) as appearance-based features, Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) as frequency-features, and Gray-Level Co-occurrence Matrix (GLCM) as texture-features. Then, the fused features are inputted to the proposed deep-based model of 25 layers for identifying each person. For experiments, we have used three datasets: Our own private collected dataset, called SigArab, and two public datasets called SigComp11 and CEDAR respectively. The proposed deep model achieves 99.23%, 100%, 100% accuracy on SigArab, CEDAR and SigComp2011 datasets.
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