Paper: Word Class Discovery For Postprocessing Chinese Handwriting Recognition

ACL ID C94-2198
Title Word Class Discovery For Postprocessing Chinese Handwriting Recognition
Venue International Conference on Computational Linguistics
Session Main Conference
Year 1994
Authors

4.2 llanclwriting recognition We have used a state-of-the art Chinese handwriting recognizer (I,i el el. , 1992) de.veloped by ATC, (XII,, ['I'll], Taiwan as the basis of our experiments. The (',(JlffllCCl/. hamlwritten character tie|abase (5401 character categories, 2(10 samples each category) ('IS| el el. , 1991)was first automatically sorted according I.o character quality (Chou S. and Yu, 1993), then was divided into two t~m'l,s: the odd-rank s~mq)les ]))r |;rMn ing the recognizer, the. eves-rank samples as iteM-out test data. We have used for our experiments three sets of character samples, CQI0, CQ20, and CQ30, which are the saml)les with quMity ranks 10, 20, and 30, respectively. The recognition results; are sumu,arized in Table l(a). The table shows the n,unbers of character sample...