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==Description==
 
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The Beth Mardutho Qoruyo project seeks to develop tools and resources for successful optical character recognition (OCR) and handwritten-text recognition (HTR) of printed and handwritten Syriac texts.
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The Beth Mardutho '''Qoruyo''' project seeks to develop tools and resources for successful optical character recognition (OCR) and handwritten-text recognition (HTR) of printed and handwritten Syriac texts.
  
 
The project is now pleased to announce the Beth Mardutho Transkribus HTR models, which can automatically transcribe handwritten Syriac documents written in Estrangelo, East Syriac, and Serto, with up to 98% accuracy.
 
The project is now pleased to announce the Beth Mardutho Transkribus HTR models, which can automatically transcribe handwritten Syriac documents written in Estrangelo, East Syriac, and Serto, with up to 98% accuracy.
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Latest revision as of 12:36, 12 November 2019

Available

Contributors

  • Dr George A. Kiraz

Description

The Beth Mardutho Qoruyo project seeks to develop tools and resources for successful optical character recognition (OCR) and handwritten-text recognition (HTR) of printed and handwritten Syriac texts.

The project is now pleased to announce the Beth Mardutho Transkribus HTR models, which can automatically transcribe handwritten Syriac documents written in Estrangelo, East Syriac, and Serto, with up to 98% accuracy.