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Questions tagged [ocr]

Optical character recognition

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(OCR ) How to Recognise Handwritten fractional numbers using Neural networks

I want to be able to recognise handwritten math numbers using images of the numbers , i was able to do create a ANN model for recognising simple decimal numbers , but i have no idea on how to ...
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If we can train a ML algorithm to recognize letters with 95% accuracy, why does OCR software still suck? [closed]

So I've seen all these leaps in machine learning alorithms these past years and they've only gotten better and better at recognizing handwritten text. I remember reading once that some algorithms have ...
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Turn words array from a document with their coordinates into sentences [closed]

I have an array of words with their coordinates in the document, I want to turn them into sentences. For example this: ...
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OCR Computing Question [closed]

I was asked the below question in a test at school last week and I thought the answer given was incorrect. You had to give a file format from the options for the below statement: A file created in ...
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how to generate/read a glyph in ocr?

I have been practicing with some Machine Learning algorithms for OCR, but I have a doubt about the glyph concept. For example in the UCI repository: https://archive.ics.uci.edu/ml/machine-learning-...
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What is the simplest written language to work on in handwriting recognition?

Handwriting recognition is an important but very complicated domain of Computer Sciences. Computers nowadays do a quite fair job even if there is room for improvement in the future. I am wondering if ...
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Why are kernel methods with RBFs effective for handwritten digits (letters) classification?

The question emerged while reading Ch. 3 of Rasmussen & Williams http://www.gaussianprocess.org/gpml/. In the end of this chapter, the authors gave results for the problem of handwritten digits ...
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Handwritten character recognition as characters are being traced

I'm looking for an OCR technique (PCA or SVM or anything else) in a peculiar setting. I want to detect the motion of the finger so that if someone writes something in front of the camera in the air, I ...