The HASYv2 dataset

01/29/2017
by   Martin Thoma, et al.
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This paper describes the HASYv2 dataset. HASY is a publicly available, free of charge dataset of single symbols similar to MNIST. It contains 168233 instances of 369 classes. HASY contains two challenges: A classification challenge with 10 pre-defined folds for 10-fold cross-validation and a verification challenge.

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