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There is a long history of using handwritten signatures to verify or authenticate a "signer" of the signed document. With the development of Internet technology, many tasks can be accomplished through the document management system, such as the applications of digital contracts or important documents, and more secure signature verification is demanded. Thus, the live handwriting signatures are attracting more interest for biological human identification. In this paper, we propose a handwritingdoi:10.3390/electronics10111337 fatcat:w6w4y4ycsvbmjpjmnxewmnqytu