Word Normalization for On-Line Handwritten Word RecognitionYoshua

@inproceedings{Bengio1994WordNF,
  title={Word Normalization for On-Line Handwritten Word RecognitionYoshua},
  author={Bengio and Yann Le and CunDept},
  year={1994}
}
  • Bengio, Yann Le, CunDept
  • Published 1994
We introduce a new approach to normalizing words written with an electronic stylus that applies to all styles of handwriting (upper case, lower case, printed, cursive, or mixed). A geometrical model of the word spatial structure is tted to the pen trajectory using the EM algorithm. The tting process maximizes the likelihood of the trajectory given the model and a set a priors on its parameters. The method was evaluated and integrated to a recognition system that combines neural networks and… CONTINUE READING
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