Cholwich Nattee

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Handwriting Recognition Technology has been improving much under the purview of pattern recognition and image processing since a few decades. This paper focuses on the comprehensive survey on on-line handwriting recognition system along with the real application by taking Nepali natural handwriting (a real example of one of the cursive handwritings). The(More)
In this paper, we propose an approach which can improve Inductive Logic Programming in multiclass problems. This approach is based on the idea that if a whole rule cannot be applied to an example, some partial matches of the rule can be useful. The most suitable class should be the class whose important partial matches cover the example more than those from(More)
This paper presents a survey on computer and the internet usage in both governmental and private universities. Questionnaires were sent to the university administrators in the levels of department head, office head, associate dean and dean of 24 governmental universities and of 15 private universities. 46.7% of these questionnaires have been returned. The(More)
In this paper, we propose a new scheme for Devanagari natural handwritten character recognition. It is primarily based on spatial similarity based stroke clustering. A feature of a stroke consists of a string of pen-tip positions and directions at every pen-tip position along the trajectory. It uses the dynamic time warping (DTW) algorithm to align(More)
The writing units vary in writer independent unconstrained handwriting (for example, number of strokes, shape, size, order, and speed etc.). Many algorithms were developed to improve the accuracy of the handwriting recognition system in both statistical and structural approaches on real-time databases, from which researchers still are not satisfied. We(More)
In this paper, we present an innovative approach to integrate spatial relations in stroke clustering for handwritten Devanagari character recognition. It handles strokes of any number and order, writer independently. Learnt strokes are hierarchically agglomerated via Dynamic Time Warping based on their location and their number and stored accordingly. We(More)