Signature Verification
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Abstract
Document analysis and recognition software is greatly required in office automation. The ability to efficiently process small handwritten samples, like those founds on check and envelopes, is one of the major driving forces behind the current research. Hampered by the large amount of variation between handwritten samples, researchers have had to find techniques that will improve the ability of computers to represent and recognize handwritten samples. One approach that has shown great impact is the use of artificial neural network. In this approach, an artificial neural network is trained to identify similarities and patters among different samples. This project and implimentation will explore the topic of automated signature recognition using artificial neural network.

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plz send the coding part to my email- fruit_ooi10@yahoo.com. thanks
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08-08-2012, 03:52 PM

SIGNATURE VERIFICATION


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Introduction

Background:

As available computing power eventually increases and computer algorithms become smarter, tasks that a few years ago seamed completely unfeasible, now come again to focus. This partly explains why a considerable amount of research effort is recently devoted in designing algorithms and techniques associated with the problems like human handwritten signature recognition and verification.

Objective:

A signature recognition and verification (SRVS) is a system capable of eficiently addressing two individual but strongly related tasks (a)identification of the signature owner, and , (b) decision whether the signature is genuine or forger. Depending on the actual needs of the problem at hand ,SRVSs are often categorized in two major classes: on-line SRVSs and offline SRVSs.While for systems belonging to the former class, only digitized signature images are needed, for systems in the latter classes .Information about the way the human hand creates the signature such as hand speed and pressure measurements, acquired from special peripheral units, is needed.

Organization of report:


The project and implimentation report till gives only the introduction to application the description that follows gives you detail of what the system is and how system works.
The most important part to follow in report is how we have realized our project and implimentation including technologies and tools used, requirements analysis, how we planned to meet deadlines, software and hardware requirements both at server and client side, Preliminary product description,
Various conception models including Class diagram, sequence diagram, use case diagram, activity diagram, collaboration diagram, ER diagram and other’s.
Then follows System Design that include basic modules, Data design, Procedural design, User interfaces, security issues and test cases design.
Finally report consists of implementing and testing details and at last conclusion, future extension and Improvements.

Development status

Members of the ASF and independent volunteers develop and maintain Tomcat. Users have free access to the source code and to the binary form of Tomcat under the Apache License. The initial Tomcat release appeared with versions 3.0.x (previous releases were Sun internal releases, and were not publicly released). Tomcat 6.0.18 is the latest production quality release of the 6.0.x trunk (the branch for the 2.5 servlet specification), as of 2008.

Components

Tomcat version 4.x was released with Jasper (a redesigned JSP Server), Catalina (a redesigned servlet container) and Coyote (an HTTP connector).

Java Runtime Environment

The Eclipse IDE requires that a Java Runtime Environment (JRE) be installed on your machine to run.While it can run using a Java 1.4 JRE.a Java5 JRE is recommended.Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers requires a Java5 JRE.
There are many different implementations of the Java Platform running at a variety of operating systems. We focus Eclipse IDE testing on a handful of popular combinations of operating system and Java Platform; these are our reference platforms. Eclipse undoubtedly runs fine in many operating environments beyond the reference platforms we test, including those using Java6 VMs. However, since we do not systematically test them we cannot vouch for them.

Planning and Scheduling:

The successful analysis and designing of this project and implimentation is the result of proper planning. First, we analyzed the problem to find out what is required? Then we came to many results like Users of System etc. This proper analysis gave rise to suitable designing. Several design diagrams represent proper understanding of the project and implimentation. After that we implement it, by keeping their requirements in mind.
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04-10-2012, 06:21 PM

pls wat of the code......ppppppppppppppppppplllllllllllllllllllllllllllleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaaaassssssssssssssssssseeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
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05-10-2012, 12:12 PM

to get information about the topic "Signature Verification" full report ppt and related topic refer the link bellow

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