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Handwritten Digit Recognition: A Neural Network Demo

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Handwritten Digit Recognition: A Neural Network Demo
Abstract. A handwritten digit recognition system was used in a demonstration project to visualize artificial neural networks, in particular Kohonen’s self-organizing feature map. The purpose of this project was to introduce neural networks through a relatively easy-to-understand application to the general public. This paper describes several techniques used for preprocessing the handwritten digits, as well as a number of ways in which neural networks were used for the recognition task. Whereas the main goal was a purely educational one, a moderate recognition rate of 98% was reached on a test set.
Berend-Jan van der Zwaag
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Type Conference
Year 2001
Where FUZZY
Authors Berend-Jan van der Zwaag
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