2013
DOI: 10.5121/ijist.2013.3301
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K-Algorithm: A Modified Technique for Noise Removal in Handwritten Documents

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“…transmission channel distortions, room reverberation, microphone filtering) (Xiong, 2009). In Optical Character Recognition, noise refers to "the error in the pixel value or an unwanted bit pattern, which do not have any significance in the output", where the unwanted bit patterns are introduced by uneven writing surface or poor quality of the data acquisition device and include textured or coloured background (Bansal and Kumar, 2013). Different handwriting however is not seen as noise which needs removing but as a problem which needs to be addressed.…”
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“…transmission channel distortions, room reverberation, microphone filtering) (Xiong, 2009). In Optical Character Recognition, noise refers to "the error in the pixel value or an unwanted bit pattern, which do not have any significance in the output", where the unwanted bit patterns are introduced by uneven writing surface or poor quality of the data acquisition device and include textured or coloured background (Bansal and Kumar, 2013). Different handwriting however is not seen as noise which needs removing but as a problem which needs to be addressed.…”
Section: Related Workmentioning
confidence: 99%