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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
762006
3D face recognition using covariance based descriptors
W Hariri, H Tabia, N Farah, A Benouareth, D Declercq
Pattern Recognition Letters 78, 1-7, 2016
462016
Artificial neural network fusion: Application to Arabic words recognition.
N Farah, T Khadir, M Sellami
ESANN, 151-156, 2005
462005
3D facial expression recognition using kernel methods on Riemannian manifold
W Hariri, H Tabia, N Farah, A Benouareth, D Declercq
Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence 64, 25-32, 2017
452017
Optimized tumor breast cancer classification using combining random subspace and static classifiers selection paradigms
S Cheriguene, N Azizi, N Zemmal, N Dey, H Djellali, N Farah
Applications of intelligent optimization in biology and medicine, 289-307, 2016
412016
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
372004
Using diversity in classifier set selection for Arabic handwritten recognition
N Azizi, N Farah, M Sellami, A Ennaji
International Workshop on Multiple Classifier Systems, 235-244, 2010
352010
Multi-classifier system for authorship verification task using word embeddings
NE Benzebouchi, N Azizi, M Aldwairi, N Farah
2018 2nd International Conference on Natural Language and Speech Processing …, 2018
232018
A novel Arabic baseline estimation algorithm based on sub-words treatment
H Boukerma, N Farah
2010 12th International Conference on Frontiers in Handwriting Recognition …, 2010
232010
Arabic handwritten word recognition using classifiers selection and features extraction/selection
N Azizi, N Farah, MT Khadir, M Sellami
Recent Advances in Intelligent Information Systems, 735-742, 2009
232009
Arabic word recognition by classifiers and context
N Farah, L Souici, M Sellami
Journal of Computer Science and Technology 20 (3), 402-410, 2005
232005
A new hybrid method combining genetic algorithm and support vector machine classifier: Application to CAD system for mammogram images
N Azizi, N Zemmal, M Sellami, N Farah
2014 International Conference on Multimedia Computing and Systems (ICMCS …, 2014
222014
Spoken Arabic digits recognition using MFCC based on GMM
N Hammami, M Bedda, N Farah
2012 IEEE Conference on Sustainable Utilization and Development in …, 2012
202012
Mid-long term Algerian electric load forecasting using regression approach
MR Nezzar, N Farah, T Khadir
2013 The International Conference on Technological Advances in Electrical …, 2013
192013
OFF-LINE HANDWRITTEN WORD RECOGNITION USING ENSEMBLE OF CLASSIFIER SELECTION AND FEATURES FUSION.
N Azizi, N Farah, M Sellami
Journal of Theoretical & Applied Information Technology 14, 2010
192010
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
192004
Using deep learning for short-term load forecasting
NMM Bendaoud, N Farah
Neural computing and applications 32 (18), 15029-15041, 2020
182020
The second-order derivatives of mfcc for improving spoken arabic digits recognition using tree distributions approximation model and hmms
N Hammami, M Bedda, F Nadir
2012 International Conference on Communications and Information Technology …, 2012
172012
From static to dynamic ensemble of classifiers selection: Application to Arabic handwritten recognition
N Azizi, N Farah
International Journal of Knowledge-based and Intelligent Engineering Systems …, 2012
172012
Mid-Long Term Load Forecasting using Multi-Model Artificial Neural Networks.
RM Nezzar, N Farah, MT Khadir, L Chouireb
International Journal on Electrical Engineering & Informatics 8 (2), 2016
162016
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