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|Title:||VECTOR TEMPLATES AND HANDPRINTED DIGIT RECOGNITION|
|Abstract:||While a multitude of template matching strategies have been applied to printed text recognition, the variation seen in handprinted characters generally reduces the usefulness of this technique. What is suggested in this paper is the use of scalable vector templates, which can be used to generate a template with the same scale and line width attributes as an arbitrary input character image. The best match is the template having the smallest total distance between black pixels. Multiple templates are used for each character, and digits only are used as a sample data set.|
|Appears in Collections:||Parker, James |
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