From pixels to features III: frontiers in handwriting recognition

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North-Holland, 1992 - Computers - 515 pages
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The papers in this volume deal specifically with the problem of handwriting recognition and the new frontiers of research in the scientific community - including the significance of linguistic and contextual information in handwriting recognition and for adaptive preprocessing and postprocessing. Also addressed are problems related to human and computer behaviour in recognition.The aim of this book is not only to point out the state-of-the-art and the frontiers in the field of handwriting recognition, but also to stimulate research and ideas in the fields of design and implementation of on-line and off-line systems that recognize isolated and connected handwritten characters, words and signatures.

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Experience in segmenting and classifying the NIST data base
Thin line representation from contour representation of handprinted
Segmentation of automatically located handwritten numeric strings

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