Labiba SOUICI-MESLATI
Labiba SOUICI-MESLATI
Professor in Computer Science, Badji Mokhtar-Annaba University, Algeria
Adresse e-mail validée de univ-annaba.dz
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Off-line handwritten Arabic character segmentation algorithm: ACSA
T Sari, L Souici, M Sellami
Proceedings Eighth International Workshop on Frontiers in Handwriting …, 2002
992002
Classifiers combination and syntax analysis for Arabic literal amount recognition
N Farah, L Souici, M Sellami
Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence 19 (1), 29-39, 2006
652006
Text-independent writer recognition using multi-script handwritten texts
C Djeddi, I Siddiqi, L Souici-Meslati, A Ennaji
Pattern Recognition Letters 34 (10), 1196-1202, 2013
642013
A HYBRID APPROACH FOR ARABIC LITERAL AMOUNTS RECOGNITION.
L Souici-Meslati, M Sellami
Arabian Journal for Science & Engineering (Springer Science & Business Media …, 2004
502004
Automatic analysis of handwriting for gender classification
I Siddiqi, C Djeddi, A Raza, L Souici-Meslati
Pattern Analysis and Applications 18 (4), 887-899, 2015
482015
Arabic words recognition with classifiers combination: An application to literal amounts
N Farah, L Souici, L Farah, M Sellami
International Conference on Artificial Intelligence: Methodology, Systems …, 2004
342004
Artificial immune recognition system for Arabic writer identification
C Djeddi, L Souici-Meslati
International Symposium on Innovations in Information and Communications …, 2011
282011
Writer recognition on arabic handwritten documents
C Djeddi, L Souici-Meslati, A Ennaji
International Conference on Image and Signal Processing, 493-501, 2012
232012
Algorithm: ACSA
T Sari, L Souici, M Sellami, OLHAC Segmentation
Proceedings of the Eighth International Workshop on Frontiers in Handwriting …, 2002
192002
ICDAR2015 competition on multi-script writer identification and gender classification using ‘QUWI’database
C Djeddi, S Al-Maadeed, A Gattal, I Siddiqi, L Souici-Meslati, H El Abed
2015 13th International Conference on Document Analysis and Recognition …, 2015
182015
LAMIS-MSHD: a multi-script offline handwriting database
C Djeddi, A Gattal, L Souici-Meslati, I Siddiqi, Y Chibani, H El Abed
2014 14th International Conference on Frontiers in Handwriting Recognition …, 2014
182014
Rule based neural networks construction for handwritten arabic city-names recognition
L Souici, N Farah, T Sari, M Sellami
International Conference on Artificial Intelligence: Methodology, Systems …, 2004
182004
Arabic word recognition by classifiers and context
N Farah, L Souici, M Sellami
Journal of Computer Science and Technology 20 (3), 402-410, 2005
172005
Evaluation of texture features for offline arabic writer identification
C Djeddi, LS Meslati, I Siddiqi, A Ennaji, H El Abed, A Gattal
2014 11th IAPR International Workshop on Document Analysis Systems, 106-110, 2014
162014
Global recognition system for Arabic literal amounts
L Souici, A Aoun, M Sellami
International Conference on Computer Technologies and Applications, ICCTA 99, 1999
151999
A Hybrid Neuro-Symbolic Approach for Arabic Handwritten Word Recognition.
L Souici-Meslati, M Sellami
JACIII 10 (1), 17-25, 2006
122006
Codebook for writer characterization: A vocabulary of patterns or a mere representation space?
C Djeddi, I Siddiqi, L Souici-Meslati, A Ennaji
2013 12th International Conference on Document Analysis and Recognition, 423-427, 2013
112013
Multi-script writer identification optimized with retrieval mechanism
C Djeddi, I Siddiqi, L Souici-Meslati, A Ennaji
2012 International Conference on Frontiers in Handwriting Recognition, 509-514, 2012
102012
Classifiers combination for arabic words recognition: application to handwritten algerian city names
S Nemouchi, L Souici-Meslati, N Farah
International Conference on Image and Signal Processing, 562-570, 2012
102012
Reconnaissance de montants littéraux arabes par une approche hybride neuro-symbolique
L Souici-Meslati, M Sellami
RFIA’2002, 11ème Congrès francophone AFRIF-AFIA de Reconnaissance des Formes …, 2002
102002
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