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On-line Handwritten Devanagari Character Recognition using Fuzzy Directional Features

by   Sunil Kumar Kopparapu, et al.
Tata Consultancy Services

This paper describes a new feature set for use in the recognition of on-line handwritten Devanagari script based on Fuzzy Directional Features. Experiments are conducted for the automatic recognition of isolated handwritten character primitives (sub-character units). Initially we describe the proposed feature set, called the Fuzzy Directional Features (FDF) and then show how these features can be effectively utilized for writer independent character recognition. Experimental results show that FDF set perform well for writer independent data set at stroke level recognition. The main contribution of this paper is the introduction of a novel feature set and establish experimentally its ability in recognition of handwritten Devanagari script.


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