November 2017 – December 2017
Automatic License Plate Recognition (ALPR) has become a popular technology since it was invented in 1976 at the Police Scientific Development Branch in the UK. It can be used in different fields like checking whether a vehicle is registered or licensed by police forces, or used for pay-per-use roads like electronic toll collection and parking lot. Our group tries to solve the license plate recognition problem by following a classical series of steps. That is, plate localization and extraction, segmentation, and finally character recognition by CNN.
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