Effect of natural variations with respect of time interval in handwritings of individuals

  1. Shruti Gupta
  2. Rakesh K. Garg
  3. Surinder Nath



In the present investigation an attempt has been made to extract out natural varia­tions with time interval, a total of 540 (60 samples from each age group — 30 samples each from males & females) collected from 9 different age groups, that is two hand­writing samples in present handwriting (with an interval of 5–10 minutes between the two handwritings) with content same as that of previous written script (old handwriting) which is also taken as a sample for comparative study with time interval ranged from 2–33 years between present and old handwriting. It has been found that connectivity between letters, alignment and spacing are highly significant characteristic along with those which remain unaffected and intact by showing consistency in skill and speed in due course or age and time. The findings of the present study will assist in the cases which are lacking in contemporary handwritings and can be undertaken with ease by taking into account the handwriting characteristics which are prone to variations.


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Nowa Kodyfikacja Prawa Karnego

45, 2017

Pages from 81 to 90

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