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This paper proposes an on-line Chinese character recognition method using Adaptive Resonance Theory (ART) based stroke classification. Strokes, primitive components of Chinese characters, are usually warped into a cursive form and classifying them is very difficult. To deal with such cursive strokes, we consider them as a recognition unit and automatically(More)
In this paper, a medical imaging conference system is presented, which is carried out in the Web environment using the distributed object technique, CORBA. Independent of platforms and different developing languages, the CORBA-based medical imaging conference system is very powerful for system development, extension and maintenance. With this Web(More)
This paper proposes an efficient method for on-line recognition of cursive Korean characters. Since Korean characters are composed of two or three graphemes in two dimensions, strokes, primitive components of the characters, are usually warped into a cursive form. To classify automatically such cursive strokes, an Adaptive Resonance Theory (ART) neural(More)