A Transputer-Based System for Multi-Stroke Character Recognition

S. Impedovo And J.C. Simon

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Abstract

A multi-stroke handwritten character recognition system is presented in this paper. A suitable set of Fourier Descriptors is used as features set to describe each stroke. A man-machine interactive algorithm was utilized to accomplish the learning phase and to recognize unknown samples. A PC based prototype was realized at first to test the system. In order to speed up the recognition process, the design and a first prototype of a Transputer-based system have been realized too. Some preliminary experimental results obtained applying these machines to handwritten numerals are reported in the paper.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationFrom Pixels to Features III, Frontiers in Handwriting Recognition
Pages155-162
Number of pages8
Publication statusPublished - 1992

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S. Impedovo And J.C. Simon (1992). A Transputer-Based System for Multi-Stroke Character Recognition. In From Pixels to Features III, Frontiers in Handwriting Recognition (pp. 155-162)

A Transputer-Based System for Multi-Stroke Character Recognition. / S. Impedovo And J.C. Simon.

From Pixels to Features III, Frontiers in Handwriting Recognition. 1992. p. 155-162.

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S. Impedovo And J.C. Simon 1992, A Transputer-Based System for Multi-Stroke Character Recognition. in From Pixels to Features III, Frontiers in Handwriting Recognition. pp. 155-162.
S. Impedovo And J.C. Simon. A Transputer-Based System for Multi-Stroke Character Recognition. In From Pixels to Features III, Frontiers in Handwriting Recognition. 1992. p. 155-162
S. Impedovo And J.C. Simon. / A Transputer-Based System for Multi-Stroke Character Recognition. From Pixels to Features III, Frontiers in Handwriting Recognition. 1992. pp. 155-162
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