Volume : 2, Issue : 7, JUL 2016
CHARACTER RECOGNITION BY ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORK METHODS
Abdulrahim M. Ahmad, Sahar Mahdie Klim, Maab Alaa Hussain
Within the domain of computer science, numerous objectives arise. Automatic processing of data is imperative in many fields and for this purpose a number of techniques are implemented; one of which is Artificial Neural Network. Artificial intelligence is concerned with building an intelligent machine, whereas artificial neural network is after creating a learning system which is based on little and simple framework program capable of responding to problem and getting feedback on how it does so. Based on the human brain principle, the artificial neural network is built in such a way that makes it capable of learning things that will enable it later to solve problems according to the bases information it has learned. It is also capable of solving adaptive problems due to its ability to conduct adaptive learning. The current paper study several properties where the human nervous system and the artificial neural network are compared. Also an application for the recognition of scanned handwritten characters by artificial neural network is employed.
Neural Network, Artificial Neural Network, Back propagation, Bayesian Artificial Neural Network.
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