Concept and development of a fuzzy-based multi-stroke character recognizer

Alex Tormási,

László T. Kóczy

Abstrakt

In this paper, the latest member of the FUzzy-BAsed character Recognizer (FUBAR) algorithm family with multi-stroke character support is presented. The paper summarizes the basic concept and development of multi-stroke FUBAR and compares the single-stroke, multi-stroke FUBAR algorithms with the most similar methods found in literature.

Słowa kluczowe: fuzzy systems, fuzzy grid, fuzzy-based character recognition
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