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2008 International Symposium on Communications and Information Technologies
This paper describes a method for on-line handwritten Lao character recognition by using Dynamic Programming Matching (DPM). It extracts feature points along the way from pen-down to pen-up, then uses DPM to match those feature points with the feature points for a template pattern of each character class and obtains a similarity for each character class. It selects the character class with the largest similarity as the recognition result. We also compare the recognition method by using DPM withdoi:10.1109/iscit.2008.4700237 fatcat:lddmzyxsrnfvjfci3ygu4islqm