alexa Abstract | A Survey on Process of Isolated Character Recognition
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International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer and Communication Engineering
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With the continuous growth in information technologies, new development tools and methodologies are utilized in the isolated characters recognition. Recognition of isolated characters is the process of identifying individual characters. It is useful in wide range of real world problems like documentation analysis, mailing address interpretation, bank check processing, signature verification, documentation verification and many others. Due to applications of recognition, it is one of the most challenging areas of pattern recognition. It has been topic of research for a long period of time. The performance of recognition system depends heavily on what features are being used. The selection of stable and representative set of features is the heart of recognition system.

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Author(s): Karanbir Kaur,Naresh Kumar Garg

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