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Travelled to:
1 × Canada
1 × USA
1 × United Kingdom
2 × Spain
Collaborated with:
C.Y.Suen J.Kim Y.Chung C.P.Nadal Q.Xu L.Lam K.C.Kim H.R.Byun Y.J.Song Y.Choi S.Y.Chi
Talks about:
recognit (6) handwritten (3) string (3) numer (3) unconstrain (2) segment (2) process (2) combin (2) scene (2) use (2)

Person: Kye Kyung Kim

DBLP DBLP: Kim:Kye_Kyung

Contributed to:

ICPR v2 20042004
ICPR v3 20022002
ICDAR 20012001
ICPR v2 20002000
ICPR v4 20002000

Wrote 7 papers:

ICPR-v2-2004-KimBSCCKC #image #using #verification
Scene Text Extraction in Natural Scene Images using Hierarchical Feature Combining and Verification (KCK, HRB, YJS, YWC, SYC, KKK, YC), pp. 679–682.
ICPR-v3-2002-KimCS #performance #recognition #string
Post-Processing Scheme for Improving Recognition Performance of Touching Handwritten Numeral Strings (KKK, YC, CYS), pp. 327–330.
ICDAR-2001-KimCKS #generative #recognition #string #using
Recognition of Unconstrained Handwritten Numeral Strings Using Decision Value Generator (KKK, YC, JHK, CYS), pp. 14–17.
ICDAR-2001-KimKCS #recognition #segmentation
Legal Amount Recognition Based on the Segmentation Hypotheses for Bank Check Processing (KKK, JHK, YC, CYS), pp. 964–967.
ICPR-v2-2000-KimKNS #classification #recognition #word
A Methodology of Combining HMM and MLP Classifiers for Cursive Word Recognition (JHK, KKK, CPN, CYS), pp. 2319–2322.
ICPR-v2-2000-KimSK #recognition #segmentation #string
Recognition of Unconstrained Handwritten Numeral Strings by Composite Segmentation Method (KKK, CYS, JHK), pp. 2594–2597.
ICPR-v4-2000-SuenKXKL #recognition
Handwriting Recognition — The Last Frontiers (CYS, KKK, QX, JHK, LL), pp. 4001–4010.

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