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BanglaHandwritten: A Comparative Study among Single, Numeral, Vowel Modifier, and Compound Characters Recognition Using CNN
Sadia Jaman, Md. Mehadi Hasan, Md. Sazzadur Ahamed, Mehadi Hassan Sovon, Nusrat Nabi, Syed Raihanuzzaman,

The difficulty of handwritten character identification varies by language, owing to differences in shapes, lines, numbers, and size of characters. There are several studies for the identification of handwritten characters accessible for English in comparison with other significant languages like Bangla. In their recognition procedures, existing technologies use multiple techniques such as classification tools and feature extraction. CNN has recently been shown to be proficient in handwritten character recognition in English. A Handwritten Bangla character identification system based on CNN has been examined in this research. Using CNN, the suggested approach for feature, labelling and normalizing the handwritten character of images, as well as categorizing different characters. It doesn’t use a feature extraction approach like previous research in the field. This research used almost 4,50,000 unique handwritten characters in a variety of styles. The recommended model has been proved to have a high recognition accuracy level and outperforms some of the most widely used methods already in use. In this research, identify the Bangla handwritten character and digits with the use of 189 classes consisting of 50 fundamental characters, 119 compound characters, 10 numerals, and 10 modifiers. The accuracy rate of basic characters is 84.62%, numerals 94%, modifiers 96.46%, compound characters 77.60% using created new model.

Shape , Computational modeling , Feature extraction , Compounds , Character recognition , Labeling
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2022 13th International Conference on Computing Communication and Networking Technologies, ICCCNT 2022
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