Segmentation of Devanagari Handwritten Characters

@inproceedings{Srivastav2016SegmentationOD,
  title={Segmentation of Devanagari Handwritten Characters},
  author={Ankita Srivastav and Neha Sahu},
  year={2016}
}
The world is fast moving towards digitalization. In the age of super-fast computational capabilities, everything has to be made digitalized so as to make the computer understand and thereby process the given information. Optical character recognition is a method by which the computer is made to learn, understand and interpret the languages used and written by the human beings. It provides us a whole new way by which computer can interact with human beings, in their own languages. Hence OCR has… CONTINUE READING

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