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Lexicon-Based Word Recognition Using Support Vector Machine and Hidden Markov Model

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3 Author(s)
Ahmad, A.R. ; Univ. Tenaga Nasional, Kajang, Malaysia ; Viard-Gaudin, C. ; Khalid, M.

Hybrid of neural network (NN) and hidden Markov model (HMM) has been popular in word recognition, taking advantage of NN discriminative property and HMM representational capability. However, NN does not guarantee good generalization due to empirical risk minimization (ERM) principle that it uses. In our work, we focus on using the support vector machine (SVM) for character recognition. SVM's use of structural risk minimization (SRM) principle has allowed simultaneous optimization of representational and discriminative capability of the character recognizer. We first evaluated SVM in isolated character recognition environment using IRONOFF and UNIPEN character databases. We then demonstrate the practical issues in using SVM within a hybrid setting with HMM for word recognition. We tested the hybrid system on the IRONOFF word database and obtained commendable results.

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Document Analysis and Recognition, 2009. ICDAR '09. 10th International Conference on

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26-29 July 2009

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