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MAHI: Machine And Human Interface
Bhupesh Kumar Singh, G. Sahoo, B.L.Raina
Pages - 80 - 91     |    Revised - 05-05-2009     |    Published - 18-05-2009
Volume - 3   Issue - 2    |    Publication Date - April 2009  Table of Contents
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KEYWORDS
LADDER, Domain Description, Geomatrical Constraints
ABSTRACT
Sketch recognition systems used for the development of many domains are time consuming. This is because it involves intricacies in handling the data with greater care for each domain. Present authors introduced A new approach to sketch recognition using Heuristic [1]. It compares very well with the statistical approach used in Bayesian networks[4] In this paper, we have introduced MAHI: (Machine and Human Interface) as a sketching language based on geometrical rules associated to the recognition of basic elements in its domain as the better option discussed in MAHII (Machine And Interactive Interface [2]. The recognition engine interprets the sketches based on the information obtained from the description of domains associated with the input from the user. Keywords: MAHI, MAHII, LADDER, Domain-Description, Geometrical Constraints, Multi-connected lines.
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Mr. Bhupesh Kumar Singh
- India
kumar.bhupesh04@gmail.com
Mr. G. Sahoo
- India
Mr. B.L.Raina
- India