Machine learning for handwriting and speech analysis
Functional handwriting involves complex interactions among physical, cognitive and sensory systems. Impairments in many aspects of these systems are associated with several diseases and disorders such as neurodegenerative diseases (Parkinson disease, Alzheimer disease) and pervasive developmental disorders. Our aim is to develop framework for decision support systems, that will allow for objective and more effective diagnosis and treatment.
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