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Text Language Japanese
Authors Masakazu Iwamura, Seiichi Uchida, Shinichiro Omachi, and Koichi Kise
Title Realization of 100% Recognition Rate with Supplementary Information —For Seamless Man-Machine Communication—
Journal Proceedings of MIRU 2005
Pages pp.901-908
Reviewed or not Not reviewed
Month & Year July 2005
Abstract The ultimate dream in pattern recognition is to achieve a 100% recognition rate. However, it is not so easy. In this report, for achieving a 100% recognition rate with a 0% rejection rate, we propose a new framework that the discriminator receives not only a pattern itself but also supplementary information that assists recognition. We clarify the relationships among a recognition rate, a rejection rate and quantity of supplementary information. For printed characters, experiments showed that 4 bits were required in the leave-one-out (L) method and 1 bit was in the resubstitution (R) method to achieve a 100% recognition rate with a 0% rejection rate. Furthermore, compared with identification codes such as a character code, the proposed approach compresses about 1/12 in quantity of supplementary information, and about 1/9 in size of area of QR code. Thus, the proposed framework combines advantages of the conventional approach of pattern recognition and an identification code.
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