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Intellectual system of identification of Arabic graphics
Author(s): Gulchin G. Abdoullayeva; Telman A. Aliyev; Nazakat G. Gurbanova
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Paper Abstract

The studies made by using the domain of graphic images allowed creating facilities of the artificial intelligence for letters, letter combinations etc. for various graphics and prints. The work proposes a system of recognition and identification of symbols of the Arabic graphics, which has its own specificity as compared to Latin and Cyrillic ones. The starting stage of the recognition and the identification is coding with further entry of information into a computer. Here the problem of entry is one of the essentials. For entry of a large volume of information in the unit of time a scanner is usually employed. Along with the scanner the authors suggest their elaboration of technical facilities for effective input and coding of the information. For refinement of symbols not identified from the scanner mostly for a small bulk of information the developed coding devices are used directly in the process of writing. The functional design of the software is elaborated on the basis of the heuristic model of the creative activity of a researcher and experts in the description and estimation of states of the weakly formalizable systems on the strength of the methods of identification and of selection of geometric features.

Paper Details

Date Published: 28 August 2001
PDF: 5 pages
Proc. SPIE 4388, Visual Information Processing X, (28 August 2001); doi: 10.1117/12.438268
Show Author Affiliations
Gulchin G. Abdoullayeva, Institute of Cybernetics (Azerbaijan)
Telman A. Aliyev, Institute of Cybernetics (Azerbaijan)
Nazakat G. Gurbanova, Institute of Cybernetics (Azerbaijan)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 4388:
Visual Information Processing X
Stephen K. Park; Zia-ur Rahman; Robert A. Schowengerdt, Editor(s)

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