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The recognition of text in everyday scenes is made difficult by viewing conditions, unusual fonts, and lack of linguistic context. Most methods integrate a priori appearance information and some sort of hard or soft constraint on the allowable strings. Weinman and Learned-Miller  showed that the similarity among characters, as a supplement to the appearance of the characters with respect to a model, could be used to improve scene text recognition. In this work, we make further improvementsdoi:10.1109/cvpr.2011.5995700 dblp:conf/cvpr/SmithFL11 fatcat:f4odaudskfefjmlk4wdetjqehq