Segmentation of Handwritten Hindi Text

@inproceedings{Garg2010SegmentationOH,
  title={Segmentation of Handwritten Hindi Text},
  author={Naresh Kumar Garg and Lakhwinder Kaur},
  year={2010}
}
The main purpose of this paper is to provide the new segmentation technique based on structure approach for Handwritten Hindi text. Segmentation is one of the major stages of character recognition. The handwritten text is separated into lines, lines into words and words into characters. The errors in segmentation propagate to recognition. The performance is evaluated on handwritten data of 1380 words of 200 lines written by 15 different writers. The overall results of segmentation are very… CONTINUE READING
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