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u@Žt German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI)
  Muhammad Imran Malik Ž
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Automatic Signature Verification and its Application in Forensic Casework ================================================================
In this lecture several issues related to automatic signature verification and its application in real world forensic scenarios will be discussed. First, signature verification will be broadly defined from the Pattern Recognition (PR) perspective and working of such systems will be briefly described. Later the Forensic Document Examinersf (FDEs) perspective of signature verification will be highlighted and an introduction to various genres of handwriting FDEs deal will be provided. Then, a detailed man vs. machine comparison, w.r.t. signature verification, will be provided where machines show a potential to assist humans in real world forensic scenarios. Finally, various issues raised by FDEs concerning the output produced by todayfs automatic signature verification systems will be discussed and some potential solutions will be delivered.
u@Žt German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI)
  Marcus Liwicki Ž
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How Eye-Movements Boost Pattern Recognition - The World Beyond Google Glass ====================================================================
Recent progress in Google Project Glass made augmented reality, smart glasses, and eye-tracking more and more popular. But what are the scientific goals and possibilities for the eye-tracking technology.
This presentation gives an overview of past and recent development in the domain of eye-tracking and how it can be useful to make pattern recognition systems more robust and reliable. Finally, a set of scenarios will be presented where eye-tracking systems have been already successfully applied: reading (Text 2.0); interactive museum guides; and Talking Places.
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