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Signboard Optical Character Recognition

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Description

Imagine a world in which a person can walk down any street and take a picture of a random store’s signboard with a mobile device, enabling him or her to know what goods or service the store provides, the ratings of the store, his or her geolocation, and even suggestions on nearby shops that may interest him or her.

We will specifically tackle the problem of the signboard character recognition. Although OCR has been around for a while and is now commonly used to convert scanned documents and license plate to text, the problem we are tackling here is more interesting. Specifically, the signboard can be of different color, the signboard text can be non-standard, the signboard image can be taken at an angle, and the exterior of the signboard has to be removed when performing OCR.

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https://web.stanford.edu/class/ee368/Project_Autumn_1516/Reports/Wu_Chang.pdf

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