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 Several years ago, some students developed the “start-follow-read” system. This was a system for both segmentation and handwriting recognition--it found the start of a line, followed along it to segment, then did handwriting recognition on the results. We have that available to us, however we haven’t used it much since it was trained on German writing. This could be possible to use, but has not been explored extensively. ​ Several years ago, some students developed the “start-follow-read” system. This was a system for both segmentation and handwriting recognition--it found the start of a line, followed along it to segment, then did handwriting recognition on the results. We have that available to us, however we haven’t used it much since it was trained on German writing. This could be possible to use, but has not been explored extensively. ​
  
-An important note about handwriting recognition is the different types. The more rigorous type goes character by character and outputs what it thinks it actually says. This tends to be less accurate, and comes with many difficulties.  +An important note about handwriting recognition is the different types. ​ 
-The simpler type, and the one we have worked with more, is classification. It is much easier to create a neural network that simply distinguishes between a limited number of possibilities (“classes”).+The more rigorous type goes character by character and outputs what it thinks it actually says. This tends to be less accurate, and comes with many difficulties. 
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 +The simpler type, and the one we have worked with more, is classification. It is much easier to create a neural network that simply distinguishes between a limited number of possibilities (“classes”). Supposed to have a different "​class"​ for each column of the census. The only accurate "​class"​ at this time is the one for the veteran status column.
  
  
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