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An approach based on classifier combination for online handwritten text and non-text classification in Devanagari script

Overview of attention for article published in Sadhana, July 2019
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An approach based on classifier combination for online handwritten text and non-text classification in Devanagari script
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Sadhana, July 2019
DOI 10.1007/s12046-019-1159-0
Authors

Rajib Ghosh, Saurav Shanu, Sugandha Ranjan, Khusboo Kumari

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#8,375,251
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#68
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#120,479
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#1
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