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In this work, we discuss the use of texture descriptors to perform writer verification and identification. We use a classification scheme based on dissimilarity representation, which has been successfully applied to verification problems. Besides assessing two texture descriptors (local binary patterns and local phase quantization), we also address important issues related to the dissimilarity representation, such as the impact of the number of references used for verification anddoi:10.1016/j.eswa.2012.10.016 fatcat:q3ham4nybvhqpeqmmusot4kuja