A Survey of Problems of Overlapped Handwritten Characters in Recognition process for Gurmukhi Script
arwinder kaur, ashok kumar bathla
Gurmukhi script; character segmentation; overlapping characters; touching characters; horizontally overlapping lines.
Gurmukhi is used primarily for writing Punjabi language. In India Gurmukhi script is mostly used for documentation purpose. Gurmukhi character recognition has been widely studied in the last few years. Much research work is present related to the printed script but very little work has been done in handwritten Gurmukhi character recognition. Gurmukhi character set has the elements which have complicated structures. People use so many different writing styles in handwritten documentation. Character recognition of handwritten text In Gurmukhi is laborious process mainly because of the structural features of the script and the various writing styles. When we try to segment the characters from word difficulty arises because of overlapped, connected and fused characters. They need to be focused. In the segmentation process, we cannot overlook the problem of overlapped characters as it is the very serious one. This paper discusses problems that arise at different stages of OCR process because of overlapped characters in Gurmukhi script.
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Unique Paper ID: 142509

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 2, Issue 2

Page(s): 220 - 224
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