Eric Anquetil
Eric Anquetil
Professor at INSA Rennes - IRISA Laboratory - France, Computer Science Department
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Recent developments in the study of rapid human movements with the kinematic theory: Applications to handwriting and signature synthesis
R Plamondon, C O’reilly, J Galbally, A Almaksour, É Anquetil
Pattern recognition letters 35, 225-235, 2014
892014
HBF49 feature set: A first unified baseline for online symbol recognition
A Delaye, E Anquetil
Pattern Recognition 46 (1), 117-130, 2013
762013
Integration of an on-line handwriting recognition system in a smart phone device
E Anquetil, H Bouchereau
Object recognition supported by user interaction for service robots 3, 192-195, 2002
632002
Perceptual model of handwriting drawing. Application to the handwriting segmentation problem
E Anquetil, G Lorette
Proceedings of the fourth international conference on document analysis and …, 1997
581997
Text/non-text ink stroke classification in japanese handwriting based on markov random fields
XD Zhou, CL Liu
Ninth International Conference on Document Analysis and Recognition (ICDAR …, 2007
482007
SYSTEM BASED ON HIERARCHICAL QUALITATIVE FUZZY
E Anquetil, G Lorette
Progress in Handwriting Recognition, 109, 1997
451997
Improving premise structure in evolving takagi–sugeno neuro-fuzzy classifiers
A Almaksour, E Anquetil
Evolving Systems 2 (1), 25-33, 2011
442011
Eager interpretation of on-line hand-drawn structured documents: The dali methodology
S Macé, E Anquetil
Pattern Recognition 42 (12), 3202-3214, 2009
432009
Time-series averaging using constrained dynamic time warping with tolerance
M Morel, C Achard, R Kulpa, S Dubuisson
Pattern Recognition 74, 77-89, 2018
382018
A unified strategy to deal with different natures of reject
H Mouchere, E Anquetil
18th International Conference on Pattern Recognition (ICPR'06) 2, 792-795, 2006
372006
Learning a classifier with very few examples: analogy based and knowledge based generation of new examples for character recognition
S Bayoudh, H Mouchere, L Miclet, E Anquetil
European Conference on Machine Learning, 527-534, 2007
292007
Lexical post-processing optimization for handwritten word recognition
S Carbonnel, E Anquetil
Seventh International Conference on Document Analysis and Recognition, 2003 …, 2003
292003
Synthetic handwritten gesture generation using sigma-lognormal model for evolving handwriting classifiers
A Almaksour, E Anquetil, R Plamondon, C O'Reilly
282011
A symbol classifier able to reject wrong shapes for document recognition systems
É Anquetil, B Coüasnon, F Dambreville
International Workshop on Graphics Recognition, 209-218, 1999
271999
Evolving fuzzy classifiers: Application to incremental learning of handwritten gesture recognition systems
A Almaksour, E Anquetil, S Quiniou, M Cheriet
2010 20th international conference on pattern recognition, 4056-4059, 2010
262010
Lexicon organization and string edit distance learning for lexical post-processing in handwriting recognition
S Carbonnel, E Anquetil
Ninth International Workshop on Frontiers in Handwriting Recognition, 462-467, 2004
252004
Automatic generation of hierarchical fuzzy classification systems based on explicit fuzzy rules deduced from possibilistic clustering: Application to on-line handwritten …
E Anquetil, G Lorette
Information Processing and Management of Uncertainty in Knowledge-Based …, 1996
251996
Modélisation et reconnaissance par la logique floue: application à la lecture automatique en-ligne de l'écriture manuscrite omni-scripteur
E Anquetil
Rennes 1, 1997
221997
A generic method to design pen-based systems for structured document composition: Development of a musical score editor
S Macé, É Anquetil, B Coüasnon
Proc. of the 1st Workshop on Improving and Assessing Pen-Based Input …, 2005
202005
Statistical language models for on-line handwritten sentence recognition
S Quiniou, E Anquetil, S Carbonnel
Eighth International Conference on Document Analysis and Recognition (ICDAR …, 2005
202005
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