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that needs to find an effective way to solve it in order to help the traffic police in this matter, which is
very important, Automatic License Plate Detection (ALPD) is a critical technology for effective traffic
management. It is utilized in a variety of applications including. toll payment systems, parking, and traffic
control, a convolutional neural network (CNN)-based technique for high-accuracy real-time car license
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used under specified conditions or with significant assumptions. When the car license plate is assessed
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to a Region-based Convolutional Network method (R-CNN) that is faster. A number tests have shown
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approaches. The accuracy rate in detecting vehicle license plates reached 98%.
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