Identification of the initial rule-base of a multi-stroke fuzzy-based character recognition method with meta-heuristic techniques

Alex Tormási,

László T. Kóczy

Abstrakt

This paper summarizes the basic concept of the designed a fuzzy-based character recognition algorithm family and the results of the optimization of its rule-base with two various meta-heuristic methods, the Imperialist Competitive Algorithm and the bacterial evolutionary algorithm. The results are presented and compared with two other methods from literature after a short overview of the recognition algorithm.

Słowa kluczowe: fuzzy systems, character recognition, metaheuristic optimization
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