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Android-Based E-Board Smart Education Platform Using Digital Pen and Dot Pattern
Cho, Young Im; Altayeva, Aigerim Bakatkaliyevna;
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In the past, we implemented a web-based smart education platform, but this is not efficient in a smart or mobile education environment. Therefore, in this paper, we propose an Android-based e-board smart platform for a smart or mobile education system. Here, we use Anoto digital pen- and dot pattern-based technologies. This Android-based smart education platform is efficient for a smart education environment. Further, we implement the hardware and software parts of the technologies, an Anoto-based trajectory recognition algorithm, and a probabilistic neural network for handwritten digit and hand gesture recognition.
Anoto digital pen;Dot pattern;E-board;M2M;Smart platform;
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