Loïc Oudot

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9 Abstract 10 Handwriting recognition for hand-held devices like PDAs requires very accurate and adaptive classifiers. It is such a 11 complex classification problem that it is quite usual now to make cooperate several classification methods. In this 12 paper, we present an original two stages recognizer. The first stage is a model-based classifier which(More)
Handwriting recognition is such a complex classification problem that it is quite usual now to make cooperate several classification methods at the pre-processing stage or at the classification stage. In this paper, we present an original two stages recognizer. The first stage is a model-based classifier that stores an exhaustive set of character models.(More)
We recently designed a hand-printed text recognizer. The system is based on three set of experts respectively used to segment, classify and validate the text (with a French lexicon : 200K words). We present in this communication writer adaptation methods. The first is supervised by the user. The others are self-supervised strategies which compare(More)
The multiplication of handheld devices using the pen (electronic book, tablet PC, PDA, smart phone.. .) as a way of interaction, require an efficient recognition system in order to substitute both keyboard and mouse. In this paper, we present a new writer-independent system dedicated to the automatic recognition of on-line texts. This system uses a very(More)
We have recently developed in our lab a text recognizer for on-line texts written on a touch-terminal. We present in this paper several strategies to adapt this recognizer in a self-supervised way to a given writer and compare them to the supervised adaptation scheme. The baseline system is based on the activation-verification cognitive model. We have(More)
We recently developed a handwritten text recognizer for on-line text written on a touch-terminal. This system is based on the activation-verification cognitive model. It is composed of three experts dedicated respectively to signal segmentation in symbols, symbol classification and lexical analysis of the classification results. The baseline system is(More)
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