Oracle Bone Inscriptions and Kuzushi Character Recognition.
Kuzushiji Character Recognition
Kuzushiji, a cursive writing style, was used in Japan for over a thousand years, beginning in the 8th century. Over 3 million books, on a diverse array of topics such as literature, science, mathematics and cooking are preserved today. However, the standardization of Japanese textbooks known as the “Elementary School Order” in 1900, removed Kuzushiji from regular school curriculum, as modern japanese print became popular. As a result, most Japanese natives today cannot read books written or printed just 120 years ago.
Oracle Bone Inscription Recognition
Oracle bones are pieces of ox scapula or turtle plastron, which were used for pyromancy a form of divination in ancient China, mainly during the late Shang dynasty. Scapulimancy is the correct term if ox scapulae were used for the divination, plastromancy if turtle plastrons were used.
Oracle Bone Inscriptions Recognition
Training Model Used:YOLO and Mobile Net
Accuracy: 90% - 95%