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Recognizing digits from neural networks

Asked by Soumyadip on 3 Apr 2013

I am doing a project to read digits from a calculator screen. To recognize the digits, I intend to use neural networks. I have to train the network first with about 10 or more sample images of all digits(0 to 9) and then go on to identify them. Can anybody suggest how to input the training images into the neural network and in what format? I know the basic concept of neural networks but cannot implement it in a situation like this.

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Answer by Greg Heath on 3 Apr 2013
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input =image(:); % columnize

Thanks for formally accepting my answer

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Soumyadip on 4 Apr 2013

Can you provide me some code how to train the networks and how to save it? Any web resources regarding the same would also be useful. Thanks.

Soumyadip on 4 Apr 2013

and what to specify as the target matrix? The pattern recognition tool asks for a target matrix.

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