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'm doing my graduation project on RECOGNITION OF HANDWRITTEN SHORTHAND LANGUAGE STROKES .... So, please any one who is interested in it give me some guidelines...
 
1.thinking to implement it in MATLAB or JAVA... please suggest me which is better ...
 
2.will i get any module of code to build my project instead of building it from scratch..? if , from where pls specify it....
 
3.pls any one who is interested in guiding me may pls leave your mail id as comment.. so that i 'll ask for your help...
Posted 14-Dec-11 16:11pm
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TorstenH. at 15-Dec-11 2:00am
   
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Solution 1

This is a 2 part project:
1. RECOGNITION OF HANDWRITTEN
2. Translation into SHORTHAND LANGUAGE STROKES
 
Consider these as separate tasks.
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bharath S h at 15-Dec-11 12:04pm
   
which do u prefer java or matlab
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Solution 2

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Solution 3

This is a duplicate of this question[^] which I have answered in the Java forum. Please post in one place only.
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