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Support Vector Machines (SVMs) have successfully been used in recognizing printed characters. In the present work, we have used this classification technique to recognize handwritten characters. Recognition of handwritten characters is a difficult task owing to various writing styles of individuals. A scheme for offline handwritten Gurmukhi character(More)
Horizontally overlapping lines are normally found in printed newspapers of any Indian script. Along with these overlapping lines few other broken components of a line (strip) having text less than a complete line are also found in text. The horizontally overlapping lines and other strips make it very difficult to estimate the boundary of a line leading to(More)
BACKGROUND The current study aims at assessment of heart rate variability among children and adolescents with childhood anxiety disorder, using the case-control design. MATERIALS AND METHODS The study was carried out at a tertiary care multispecialty hospital. It included 34 children and adolescents with diagnosis of childhood anxiety disorder, in the age(More)
In this paper, we describe the line, word, character and top character segmentation for printed Hindi text in Devanagari script. And also describe the line and word segmentation for printed text in Gurmukhi script. A performance of 100% at line level, approximately 100% at word level, 99% at character level, and 97% at top character level for Devanagari(More)
The most important evolutionary event in the success of commercial tea cultivation outside China in ~30 countries came about by the origin of India hybrid tea in India, derived from the extensive spontaneous hybridization that took place between the Assam type tea growing in the forest regions of Assam, North-East India and China type tea introduced from(More)