About MeSOK Pongsametrey earns M.S degree in Information Technology and Engineering from Royal University of Phnom Penh and B.S. degree in Computer Science and Engineering in the same school. He has more than 8 years’ experience in software engineering and development. He is now a projects manager and software engineer and working for offshore projects in France at a private company in Cambodia. His expertise are in areas of financial, ERP, CRM…, educational software development. Khmer OCR is his first time in thesis research and paper publishing but since the established of Khmer Unicode in the kingdom in 2003, he personally involves in the community and help people to solve some related problems of the language in software development. He’s the author of his blog: http://osify.com
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Mr. Sok Pongsametrey and Mr. Taing NguonlySupport Vector Machine (SVM) Based Classifier For Khmer Printed Character-set Recognition
- A Master Thesis at Royal University of Phnom Penh
- Publishing in a conference: Conference APSIPA 2014, Siem Reap - Cambodia (IEEE)
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