Date of Award
Santa Clara : Santa Clara University, 2016.
The purpose of this design project was to develop a system capable of analyzing vectors significantly faster and more accurately than other systems available. These vectors were exceedingly large in both size and dimension and were resolved efficiently through the use of parallel programming. We then be implemented our own system to create a vector-based handwriting analysis authentication system that can be used in lieu of a conventional password. This was developed using the highly flexible Android kernel in order to emphasize portability. The final system worked well in the context of normal user interactions but was not as successful in stopping professional forgers.
Elahi, Arman; McAfee, Alex; and Tinsley, Kameron, "Vector Based Handwriting Analysis" (2016). Computer Science and Engineering Senior Theses. 73.