Rule based contextual post-processing for devanagari text recognition

@article{Sinha1987RuleBC,
  title={Rule based contextual post-processing for devanagari text recognition},
  author={R. Mahesh K. Sinha},
  journal={Pattern Recognition},
  year={1987},
  volume={20},
  pages={475-485}
}
Abstract The spatial relationships among the constituent symbols of Devanagari script play an important role in the interpretation of Devanagari words. There are a number of constraints on these spatial relationships which characterise Devanagari script composition syntax. When the word composition is not found to be syntactically correct, the symbols are substituted with their resembling counterparts. The symbol substitution rules are mostly heuristic in nature. Human interpretation normally… CONTINUE READING
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