A Hybrid Recogniser for Handwritten Symbols Based on Fuzzy Logic and Self-Organizing Maps

@article{Cronin2006AHR,
  title={A Hybrid Recogniser for Handwritten Symbols Based on Fuzzy Logic and Self-Organizing Maps},
  author={Alex Cronin and John A. Fitzgerald and M. Tahar Kechadi},
  journal={2006 18th IEEE International Conference on Tools with Artificial Intelligence (ICTAI'06)},
  year={2006},
  pages={693-700}
}
In this paper we present a hybrid approach to handwritten symbol recognition based on two different methods and principles. A fuzzy rules based recogniser and a self-organizing map recogniser are combined to form our hybrid system. These two systems complement each other well, firstly because their feature extraction techniques differ greatly, and secondly because one is a model-based and the other is a discriminative classifier. Each system generates a ranked list of outputs with associated… CONTINUE READING

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