Hand written character recognition using SVM

Authors

  • Ammar Tahir
  • Adil Pervaiz

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.55014/pij.v3i2.98

Keywords:

Hand written character, SVM, applications, tone recognition, text categorization, image classification, microarray gene expression, proteins structure predictions, data Classification, Hand-written digit classification

Abstract

Classification is one of the most important tasks for different applications such as text categorization, tone recognition, image classification, microarray gene expression, proteins structure predictions, data Classification, etc. Hand-written digit classification is a process that interprets handwritten digits by machine. There are many techniques used for HRC like neural networks and k-nearest neighbor (KNN).In this paper, a novel supervised learning technique, Support Vector Machine (SVM), is applied to blur images data. SVM is a powerful machine model use for classification for two or more classes. This paper represents pixel base detection technique for training machines on blur images. SVM is employed as classifier results are accurate nearest 80% which are comparable with state of art.

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Published

2020-06-30

How to Cite

Ammar Tahir, & Adil Pervaiz. (2020). Hand written character recognition using SVM. Pacific International Journal, 3(2), 59–62. https://doi.org/10.55014/pij.v3i2.98

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Regular