Signature_VerificationAll signature verification solutions participating in the IDCAR conference were evaluated by forensic experts using different testing sets. The task was to determine whether a particular signature had been written by the author of the reference signatures or if it had been forged by another writer. In all experiments, twelve known reference signatures were presented to the systems.

IDCAR evaluated the systems according to several measurements. They generated ROC-curves to see at which point an equal error rate was reached: i.e. the point where the false acceptance rate (forged signature being accepted as genuine) equals the false rejection rate (genuine signature being rejected). At this specific point they also measured the accuracy, i.e. the percentage of correct decisions with respect to all queried signatures.

The winner was the xyzmo solution, with an accuracy of 96.27%, a false acceptance rate (FAR) of 3.70% and a false rejection rate (FRR) of 3.76%. In comparison, the second best system had false acceptance and false rejection rates above 7%!

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