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Authors Masakazu IWAMURA, Seiichi UCHIDA, Shinichiro OMACHI, and Koichi KISE
Title Recognition with Supplementary Information —How Many Bits Are Lacking for 100% Recognition?—
Journal Proc. First International Workshop on Camera-Based Document Analysis and Recognition (CBDAR2005)
Pages pp.68-75
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Month & Year August 2005
Abstract In this paper, we propose a new model in which the classifier receives not only a pattern itself but also supplementary information that assists recognition. This model enables us to achieve a 100% recognition rate with a 0% rejection rate with certain bits of supplementary information required. For printed characters, experiments show that 4 bits of supplementary information were required in the leave-one-out method and 1 bit was in the resubstitution method. In addition, we generalize the discussion into the relationship among a quantity of supplementary information, a recognition rate and a rejection rate. The theory presented in this paper is applied to the data embedding of a font set for camera-based character recognition [9].
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