Lampung Script Recognition Using Convolutional Neural Network

Panji Bintoro(1*), Agus Harjoko(2)

(1) Gadjah Mada University
(2) Gadjah Mada University
(*) Corresponding Author


The Lampung script is often used in writing words in Lampung language. The Lampung language itself is used by native Lampung people and people who learn Lampung language. The Lampung script is difficult to learn because there are many combinations of parent characters and subletters. CNN is a method in the field of object recognition that has a specific layer, namely a convolution layer and a pooling layer that allows the feature learning process well. Handwriting recognition as in character recognition in MNIST, CNN produces better performance compared to other methods. From the advantages of CNN, the CNN method with DenseNet architecture was chosen as the best architecture to recognize each Lampung script. In this study, there are 2 main processes, namely preprocessing, and recognition. This study succeeded in applying the CNN method which can recognize Lampung script. The dataset is divided into 4 groups of characters that have different sounds. First, the parent character data get 98% accuracy. Second, the parent letter data with the above letters get 98% accuracy. Third, the parent character data with the sub-letters on the side get 98% accuracy. Fourth, the parent letter data with the lower letters get 97% accuracy.


Lampung Script, Pattern Recognition, Deep Learning, Convolutional Neural Network, Densely Connected Convolutional Network

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