Off-Line Arabic Character Recognition – A Review

@article{Khorsheed2002OffLineAC,
  title={Off-Line Arabic Character Recognition – A Review},
  author={Mohammad S. Khorsheed},
  journal={Pattern Analysis & Applications},
  year={2002},
  volume={5},
  pages={31-45}
}
Off-line recognition requires transferring the text under consideration into an image file. This represents the only available solution to bring the printed materials to the electronic media. However, the transferring process causes the system to lose the temporal information of that text. Other complexities that an off-line recognition system has to deal with are the lower resolution of the document and the poor binarisation, which can contribute to readability when essential features of the… CONTINUE READING

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