Behavior of Learning Rules in Hopfield Neural Network for Odia Script
International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications
Automatic character recognition is one of the challenging fields in pattern recognition especially for handwritten Odia characters as many of these characters are similar and rounded in shape. In this paper, a comparative performance analysis of Hopfield neural network for storing and recalling of handwritten and printed Odia characters with three different learning rules such as Hebbian, Pseudo-inverse and Storkey learning rule has been presented. An experimental exploration of these three
... of these three learning rules in Hopfield network has been performed in two different ways to measure the performance of the network to corrupted patterns. In the first experimental work, an attempt has been proposed to demonstrate the performance of storing and recalling of Odia characters (vowels and consonants) in image form of size 30 X 30 on Hopfield network with different noise percentages. At the same time, the performance of recognition accuracy has been observed by partitioning the dataset into training and a different testing dataset with k-fold cross-validation method in the second experimental attempt. The simulation results obtained in this study express the comparative performance of the network for recalling of stored patterns and recognizing a new set of testing patterns with various noise percentages for different learning rules.