Chinese / Japanese Character Recognition

@inproceedings{Zhu2012ChineseJ,
  title={Chinese / Japanese Character Recognition},
  author={Bilan Zhu and Masaki Nakagawa},
  year={2012}
}
Handwritten character pattern recognition methods are generally divided into two types: online recognition and offline recognition [1]. Online recognition recognizes character patterns captured from a pen-based or touch-based input device where trajectories of pentip or finger-tip movements are recorded, while offline recognition recognizes character patterns captured from a scanner or a camera device as two dimensional images. 

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