We review the number of contributions to the advancements in handwriting analysis for forensic applications that were presented at the biennial conferences of the International Graphonomics Society through its 20 editions. We introduce a taxonomy for the systematic analysis of the literature, propose a way to evaluate the overall interest and relevance of the topic in the context of the conference editions, as well as the interest and relevance of each category of the taxonomy. We discuss past and current trends emerging from the quantitative analysis and outline some future possible developments.

Forensic Handwriting Examination at IGS Conferences: A Review by Numbers

Marcelli A.;Parziale A.
2022-01-01

Abstract

We review the number of contributions to the advancements in handwriting analysis for forensic applications that were presented at the biennial conferences of the International Graphonomics Society through its 20 editions. We introduce a taxonomy for the systematic analysis of the literature, propose a way to evaluate the overall interest and relevance of the topic in the context of the conference editions, as well as the interest and relevance of each category of the taxonomy. We discuss past and current trends emerging from the quantitative analysis and outline some future possible developments.
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