Ninth International Workshop on Frontiers in Handwriting Recognition, IWFHR-9 2004, Kokubunji, Tokyo, Japan, October 26-29, 2004.
IEEE Computer Society 2004, ISBN 0-7695-2187-8
Kokubunji, Tokyo, Japan
Handwriting Recognition and Shape Analysis
, Horst Bunke
: Combination of three classifiers with different architectures for handwritten word recognition.
: Using informational confidence values for classifier combination: an experiment with combined on-line/off-line Japanese character recognition.
Handwriting Analysis and Gesture Recognition
, Paul A. Viola
: Learning to parse hierarchical lists and outlines using conditional random fields.
Signature Verification and Writer Identification
Recognition of Word and Text
Document Analysis and Applications
, Graham Leedham
: Decompose-threshold approach to handwriting extraction in degraded historical document images.
, Masaki Nakagawa
: Improving the structuring search space method for accelerating large set character recognition.
, Chew Lim Tan
: An empirical study of statistical language models for contextual post-processing of Chinese script recognition.
History and Future Prospects
: History of the International Workshops on Frontiers in Handwriting Recognition.
Segmentation and Preprocessing
: Multi-window binarization of camera image for document recognition.
Feature Extraction and Feature Selection
, Toru Wakahara
: Character image reconstruction from a feature space using shape morphing and genetic algorithms.
Asian Character Recognition
: A method to accelerate writer adaptation for on-line handwriting recognition of a large character set.
Word Recognition and Linguistic Approaches
, Éric Anquetil
: Lexicon organization and string edit distance learning for lexical post-processing in handwriting recognition.