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Personal Identification and the Assessment of the Psychophysiological State While Writing a Signature

Radio Engineering Faculty, Federal State Educational Institution of Higher Professional Education, Omsk State Technical University (OmSTU), pr. Mira 11, Omsk, 644050, Russia
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Information 2015, 6(3), 454-466; https://doi.org/10.3390/info6030454
Received: 24 June 2015 / Accepted: 3 August 2015 / Published: 7 August 2015
This article discusses the problem of user identification and psychophysiological state assessment while writing a signature using a graphics tablet. The solution of the problem includes the creation of templates containing handwriting signature features simultaneously with the hidden registration of physiological parameters of a person being tested. Heart rate variability description in the different time points is used as a physiological parameter. As a result, a signature template is automatically generated for psychophysiological states of an identified person. The problem of user identification and psychophysiological state assessment is solved depending on the registered value of a physiological parameter. View Full-Text
Keywords: biometric identification; dynamics of signature reproducing; heart rate variability; information security; user identification; psychophysiological state biometric identification; dynamics of signature reproducing; heart rate variability; information security; user identification; psychophysiological state
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Lozhnikov, P.; Sulavko, A.; Samotuga, A. Personal Identification and the Assessment of the Psychophysiological State While Writing a Signature. Information 2015, 6, 454-466.

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