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Handwriting Recognition using Kernel Discriminant Analysis

, 2 Dec 2014 CPOL
Demonstration of handwritten digit recognition using Kernel Discriminant Analysis and the optical recognition of handwritten digits data set from the UCI Machine Learning Repository.



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César de Souza
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