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Offline Chinese handwriting recognition: an assessment of current technology
Offline Chinese handwriting recognition (OCHR) is a typically difficult pattern recognition problem. Many authors have presented various approaches to recognizing its different aspects. We present aExpand
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Writer Verification of Arabic Handwriting
Expanding on an earlier study to objectively validate the hypothesis that handwriting is individualistic, we extend the study to include handwriting in the Arabic script. Handwriting samples fromExpand
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Versatile Search of Scanned Arabic Handwriting
Searching handwritten documents is a relatively unexplored frontier for documents in any language. Traditional approaches use either image-based or text-based techniques. This paper describes aExpand
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Comparison of statistical models for writer verification
A novel statistical model for determining whether a pair of documents, a known and a questioned, were written by the same individual is proposed. The goal of this formulation is to learn the specificExpand
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Offline Chinese Handwriting Recognition : A Survey
Offline handwriting Chinese recognition (OHCR) is a typically difficult pattern recognition problem. Many authors have presented various approaches to recognizing different aspects of it. We presentExpand
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Semi-supervised Learning for Handwriting Recognition
We present a framework of adaptive (self-training) semi-supervised learning as applied to the problem of handwriting recognition. Each problem instance itself is treated as a set of unlabeledExpand
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Segmentation-Based And Segmentation-Free Methods for Spotting Handwritten Arabic Words
Given a set of handwritten documents, a common goal is to search for a relevant subset. Attempting to find a query word or image in such a set of documents is called word spotting. SpottingExpand
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An Assessment of Arabic Handwriting Recognition Technology
Automated methods for the recognition of Arabic script are at an early stage compared to their counterparts for the recognition of Latin and Chinese scripts. An assessment of the technology forExpand
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Prototype Integration in Off-line Handwriting Recognition Adaptation
Writer adaptation or specialization is the adjustment of handwriting recognition algorithms to a specific writer’s style of handwriting. Such adjustment yields significantly improved recognitionExpand
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