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We propose support vector machine (SVM) based hierarchical classification schemes for recognition of handwritten Bangla characters. A comparative study is made among multilayer perceptron, radial basis function network and SVM classifier for this 45 class recognition problem. SVM classifier is found to outperform the other classifiers. A fusion scheme using… (More)

Finite mixture models are widely used to perform model-based clustering of multivariate data sets. Most of the existing mixture models work with linear data; whereas, real-life applications may involve multivariate data having both circular and linear characteristics. No existing mixture models can accommodate such correlated circular–linear data. In this… (More)

- Anandarup Roy, Swapan K Parui
- 2012

This article deals with mixture model based color image segmentation in the LCH color space. In this space, one of the components (representing hue in particular) is circular in nature. Hence LCH image pixels are samples on a cylinder. A statistical model for such data needs to employ circular-linear joint distributions. Here such a model is designed using… (More)

This paper presents a finite mixture model that involves a pair-copula based construction of a multivariate distribution. The advantage of such a model is that the margins and the dependence structures are de-coupled from each other. Also, they could be modeled separately. In effect the mixture model (called DVMM) is capable of capturing a broader family of… (More)

Topology adaptive neural networks are popular because of its capability to adopt the underlaying topology of data. In this paper we develop a topology adaptive self organizing circular neural network (TASOCNN) model for circular-linear data sampled from an unit disk. The basic framework uses the TASONN procedure of Datta et. al. [8]. The update rules and… (More)