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Title: Self Evolving Character Recognition Using Genetic Operators
Authors: Mathur, Shashank
Keywords: Genetic Operators
Character Recognition
Genetics
Genetic Algorithm
Artificial Intelligence
Pattern Recognition
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: Institute of Information Theories and Applications FOI ITHEA
Abstract: In this paper, a novel approach for character recognition has been presented with the help of genetic operators which have evolved from biological genetics and help us to achieve highly accurate results. A genetic algorithm approach has been described in which the biological haploid chromosomes have been implemented using a single row bit pattern of 315 values which have been operated upon by various genetic operators. A set of characters are taken as an initial population from which various new generations of characters are generated with the help of selection, crossover and mutation. Variations of population of characters are evolved from which the fittest solution is found by subjecting the various populations to a new fitness function developed. The methodology works and reduces the dissimilarity coefficient found by the fitness function between the character to be recognized and members of the populations and on reaching threshold limit of the error found from dissimilarity, it recognizes the character. As the new population is being generated from the older population, traits are passed on from one generation to another. We present a methodology with the help of which we are able to achieve highly efficient character recognition.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10525/1221
ISSN: 1313-0455
Appears in Collections:Book 09 Intelligent Processing

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