Issue Number: Vol. 1, No. 2
Year of Publication: 2011
Page Numbers: 572-581
Authors: Hacene Belhadef, Aicha Eutamene, Mohamed Khireddine Kholadi
Journal Name: International Journal of Digital Information and Wireless Communications (IJDIWC)
- Hong Kong


In this paper, we present a general description of a new character recognition process based on ontology, semantically annotated by a domain expert. Such process is based essentially on a matching step between two ontologies, the first represents a domain ontology, containing the typographical description of different characters represent an alphabet of a well definite language (Latin for example), the second ontology, describes the document in question in the form of concepts where each concept represents a grapheme located in a -defined order in the document. In this work we consider that there is a robust extraction module of primitives that will serve us to instantiate our ontology, by the different graphemes and their spatial relationships that exist in the processed document.