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Automatic Forgery Detection on Printed Invoices: Results and Conclusions

Joost van Beusekom, Armin Stahl

Abstract Book of the 6th European Academy of Forensic Science Conference European Academy of Forensic Science Conference (EAFS-12), Towards Forensic Science 2.0, located at 6th European Academy of Forensic Science Conference, August 20-24, Den Haag, Netherlands , ENFSI , 2012
The wide-spread use of high-quality scanning and printing devices, as well as the increasing degree of automation of the incoming mail processing, has opened many opportunities for the fraudulent use of forged documents. Due to the tremendous amount of content being processed, manual first-line inspection is not feasible anymore. Therefore, methods using intrinsic document features have been developed to authenticate documents coming from the same source.

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@inproceedings {
       abstract = {The wide-spread use of high-quality scanning and printing devices, as well
as the increasing degree of automation of the incoming mail processing, has
opened many opportunities for the fraudulent use of forged documents. Due to
the tremendous amount of content being processed, manual first-line inspection
is not feasible anymore. Therefore, methods using intrinsic document features
have been developed to authenticate documents coming from the same source.},
       number = {}, 
       month = {8}, 
       year = {2012}, 
       title = {Automatic Forgery Detection on Printed Invoices: Results and Conclusions}, 
       journal = {}, 
       volume = {}, 
       pages = {}, 
       publisher = {ENFSI}, 
       author = {Joost van Beusekom, Armin Stahl}, 
       keywords = {},
       url = {http://www.dfki.de/web/forschung/publikationen/renameFileForDownload?filename=abstract.pdf&file_id=uploads_1638}
}