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Language Models for Handwritten Short Message Services

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Language Models for Handwritten Short Message Services
Handwriting is an alternative method for entering texts composing Short Message Services. However, a whole new language features the texts which are produced. They include for instance abbreviations and other consonantal writing which sprung up for time saving and fashion. We have collected and processed a significant number of such handwriting SMS, and used various strategies to tackle this challenging area of handwriting recognition. We proposed to study more specifically three different phenomena: consonant skeleton, rebus, and phonetic writing. For each of them, we compare the rough results produced by a standard recognition system with those obtained when using a specific language model.
Emmanuel Prochasson, Christian Viard-Gaudin, Emman
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where ICDAR
Authors Emmanuel Prochasson, Christian Viard-Gaudin, Emmanuel Morin
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