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A Study on Grapheme and Grapheme Recognition Using Connected Components Grapheme for Machine-Printed Korean Character Recognition

  • Lee, Kyong-Ho (School of Information & Communication, Broadcasting Engineering, Halla University)
  • Received : 2016.08.09
  • Accepted : 2016.09.20
  • Published : 2016.09.30

Abstract

Recognition of grapheme is a very important process in the recognition within 'Hangul(Korean written language)' letters using phoneme recognition. It is because the success or failure in the recognition of phoneme greatly affects the recognition of letters. For this reason, it is reported that separation of phonemes is the biggest difficulty in the phoneme recognition study. The current study separates and suggests the new phonemes that used the connective elements that are helpful for dividing phonemes, recommends the features for recognition of such suggested phonemes, databases this, and carried out a set of experiments of recognizing phonemes using the suggested features. The current study used 350 letters in the experiment of phoneme separation and recognition. In this particular kind of letters, there were 1,125 phonemes suggested. In the phoneme separation experiment, the phonemes were divided in the rate of 100%, and the phoneme recognition experiment showed the recognition rate of 98% in recognizing only 14 phonemes into different ones.

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