A Mlp-Based Digit And Uppercase Characters Recognition System
A simple software solution for digit and uppercase handwritten characters recognition is presented. The proposed solution is based on a two-layer Multi Layer Perceptron (MLP) trained by a conjugate gradient descent (CGD) optimization algorithm. This neural network is embedded in a software tool for automatic processing of forms achieved using a scanner. The chosen solutions allow us to obtain good results both in terms of recognition rate and speed. In the paper are fully described design details and experimental results.
KeywordsRecognition Rate Binary Matrix Multi Layer Perceptron Paper Sheet Handwritten Character
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