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Explicit Fuzzy Modeling of Shapes and Positioning for Handwritten Chinese Character Recognition

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Explicit Fuzzy Modeling of Shapes and Positioning for Handwritten Chinese Character Recognition
In this paper, we present a new method for on-line Chinese character recognition that relies on an explicit description of characters structure. Contrary to most of known structural approaches, this model can describe characters written in a fluent style, thanks to a flexible fuzzy modeling of shapes and positioning of their structural components (primitives and radicals). We designed a process for incremental training of the models cooperated with automatic structural labeling for minimizing the required manual task in model design. First experiments show that the method is able to recognize non-regularly written characters and has a convincing generalization ability.
Adrien Delaye, Éric Anquetil, Sébast
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where ICDAR
Authors Adrien Delaye, Éric Anquetil, Sébastien Macé
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