handwriting-synthesis - Handwriting Synthesis with RNNs ✏️

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Implementation of the handwriting synthesis experiments in the paper Generating Sequences with Recurrent Neural Networks by Alex Graves. The implementation closely follows the original paper, with a few slight deviations, and the generated samples are of similar quality to those presented in the paper. Currently, the Hand class must be imported from demo.py. If someone would like to package this project to make it more usable, please contribute.




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