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I need your help please. I’m now using Statistical Pattern Recognition Toolbox (STPRtool:http://cmp.felk.cvut.cz/cmp/software/stprtool/) for Arabic characters recognition base M-SVM classification.
The first step is to prepare data into M-File. This M-file called “data” should be devised into X (image of characters; each image is represented by a vector) and y is the corresponded classes of those images (28 classes: 28 Arabic characters). Can you help me to do this please?
I started(firstclass.m) with the first class and I sai not how continier with other:

CODE --> [


imagefiles = dir('*.bmp');      
nfiles = length(imagefiles);    % Number of files found

for ii = 1:nfiles

   currentimage = imread(imagefiles(ii).name, 'bmp');

   I = imresize(currentimage,[13 30]); %// POUR CHANGER LA TAILLE D4UNE IMAGE
% X=[X ; [reshape(I',1,[]) ]];
   X = [X ; [reshape(I,1,[])]];
   % Y(ii)=[1];

%Y = ones(nfiles,1);

save data.mat X Y] 

Thank you

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