The topic of signature verification holds countless undiscovered opportunities to
which a number of projects have started at the Department of Automation and Applied
Informatics at Budapest University of Technology and Economics. The problem arise that
the researched approaches and developed algorithms are unable to interoperate and their
results cannot be measured against each other. In order to facilitate further researches, we
felt the need for a common base that can be built on.
The thesis presents the steps of development and the principles of the SigStat
signature verification framework. The chapters follow the progress of the project starting
from the base idea through design and implementation to the testing in real environment.
After a thorough study of the descriptions and sample codes, the reader will have an
expanded knowledge of the system about its usage and the way of creating new modules.
After the development phase there was an opportunity to test out the system within
the frame of a new research. The successful results justify the system’s grounds and are
a proof to its competence. It may serve as a base for further signature verification