Modified Quadratic Classifier and Directional Features for Handwritten Malayalam Character Recognition

@inproceedings{Moni2011ModifiedQC,
  title={Modified Quadratic Classifier and Directional Features for Handwritten Malayalam Character Recognition},
  author={Bindu S. Moni and Geetha Raju and Cheng-Lin Liu},
  year={2011}
}
Gradient of images is an effective discriminative feature, widely used in pattern recognition applications. In this work the twelve directional codes depending on the gradient direction is coupled with a statistical classifier for designing an offline recognition system for handwritten isolated Malayalam characters. Preprocessed character images are decomposed into sub-images using the Fixed Meshing strategy and the twelve directional codes are extracted to form the feature vector… CONTINUE READING

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