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A structural signature based on texture for digitized historical book page categorization

Maroua Mehri, Pierre Heroux, Julien Lerouge, Petra Gomez-Kramer, Remy Mullot
2015 2015 13th International Conference on Document Analysis and Recognition (ICDAR)  
The work conducted in this article presents a structural signature based on texture for the characterization and categorization of digitized historical book pages.  ...  Then, the second one is proposing a graph-based page signature, which is based on the extracted homogeneous regions, reflecting its layout and content.  ...  As a matter of fact, the work conducted in this article proposes a structural signature based on texture for DHB page characterization and categorization.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icdar.2015.7333737 dblp:conf/icdar/MehriHLGM15 fatcat:t6hbzcgcufaixeej7degojwtb4

A Pixel Labeling Approach for Historical Digitized Books

Maroua Mehri, Pierre Heroux, Petra Gomez-Kramer, Alain Boucher, Remy Mullot
2013 2013 12th International Conference on Document Analysis and Recognition  
In this article, we propose to search the homogeneous regions from the content of historical digitized books with little a priori knowledge by extracting and analyzing texture features.  ...  The extraction of texture features, computed without any hypothesis on the document structure, is based on two non-parametric tools: the autocorrelation function and multiresolution analysis.  ...  Assigning a signature to each digitized document will help us to provide a similarity measure between the book pages.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icdar.2013.167 dblp:conf/icdar/MehriHGBM13 fatcat:75j2zhs7brdfxirsi3iov5p6ke

A texture-based pixel labeling approach for historical books

Maroua Mehri, Petra Gomez-Krämer, Pierre Héroux, Alain Boucher, Rémy Mullot
2015 Pattern Analysis and Applications  
Thus, in this article a framework is proposed to investigate the use of texture as a tool for automatically determining homogeneous regions in a digitized historical book and segmenting its contents by  ...  Nevertheless, a texture analysis approach has consistently been chosen to segment a page layout when information is lacking on document structure and content.  ...  The authors would like also to thank Geneviève CRON of the BnF for providing access to the Gallica digital library.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10044-015-0451-9 fatcat:b5njvrjrzjf75iq4t6lvzbqu2m

Old document image segmentation using the autocorrelation function and multiresolution analysis

Maroua Mehri, Petra Gomez-Krämer, Pierre Héroux, Rémy Mullot, Richard Zanibbi, Bertrand Coüasnon
2013 Document Recognition and Retrieval XX  
Those results help to represent a document by a hierarchy of layout structure and content, and to define one or more signatures for each page, on the basis of a hierarchical representation of homogeneous  ...  structure), we propose a fast automatic layout segmentation of old document images based on five descriptors.  ...  The authors would like to thank Geneviève CRON of the BnF for providing access to the Gallica digital library.  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.2002365 dblp:conf/drr/MehriGHM13 fatcat:32tt4k5wgrcmtjeqvgjcwvzlee

Historical Document Analysis: A Review Of French Projects And Open Issues

Mickael Coustaty, J.-M. Ogier, Romain Raveaux
2011 Zenodo  
[7] proposed a set of processes allowing to categorize the pages of a book according to the spatial organization of the data.  ...  Some signatures integrating texture features and/or spatial based characteristics should be considered.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.42437 fatcat:7wm5pday6ngetldtnej2xbi52a

Introduction to Document Analysis and Recognition [chapter]

Simone Marinai
2008 Studies in Computational Intelligence  
At a lover processing level we deal with various objects such as signature, word, character, and so on.  ...  Recent research directions are widening the use of the DAR techniques, significant examples are the processing of ancient/historical documents in digital libraries, the information extraction from "digital  ...  In the last few years the classification of journal and book pages received greater attention for digital library applications [27, 28] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-76280-5_1 fatcat:hsy7sjlx2bfb5lf5fkp6ix34ji

A Language Independent Characterization of Document Image Noise in Historical Scripts

Sandhya. N, R. Krishnan, D. R. Ramesh Babu
2012 International Journal of Computer Applications  
Digitization of historical documents helps preserve these documents. As these documents have existed for a long time, various types of noise creep in.  ...  In our paper we have analyzed the different types of noise that occur in printed and handwritten historical documents mainly based on Kannada (Kannada is a language used in Karnataka, a southern state  ...  of page/content edge and content based predictors, and a pipeline for skew correction and frame removal.  ... 
doi:10.5120/7798-0915 fatcat:igbrl3khvzeephrdtz6aufiase

A Comparative Study of Two State-of-the-Art Feature Selection Algorithms for Texture-Based Pixel-Labeling Task of Ancient Documents

Maroua Mehri, Ramzi Chaieb, Karim Kalti, Pierre Héroux, Rémy Mullot, Najoua Essoukri Ben Amara
2018 Journal of Imaging  
Recently, texture features have been widely used for historical document image analysis.  ...  However, few studies have focused exclusively on feature selection algorithms for historical document image analysis.  ...  type can be deduced from many book pages since a document content type can be repeated on many pages of the same book).  ... 
doi:10.3390/jimaging4080097 fatcat:gxbryz2ie5aibdc6h46onusf4q

Texture feature benchmarking and evaluation for historical document image analysis

Maroua Mehri, Pierre Héroux, Petra Gomez-Krämer, Rémy Mullot
2017 International Journal on Document Analysis and Recognition  
Thus, in this article a benchmarking of the most classical and widely used texture-based feature sets has been conducted using a classical texture-based pixel-labeling scheme on a large corpus of historical  ...  We focus on determining the performance of each texture-based feature set according to the document content.  ...  and investigated in this article by detailing qualitative and numerical experiments on 1000 historical document images from the French digital library Gallica 1 and 100 pages used in the historical book  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10032-016-0278-y fatcat:zsz2jbtiwzahbmwe2k73ccta5m

Camera-based analysis of text and documents: a survey

Jian Liang, David Doermann, Huiping Li
2005 International Journal on Document Analysis and Recognition  
Traditional scanner-based document analysis techniques provide us with a good reference and starting point, but they cannot be used directly on camera-captured images.  ...  Digital cameras attached to cellular phones, PDAs, or wearable computers, and standalone image or video devices are highly mobile and easy to use; they can capture images of thick books, historical manuscripts  ...  For example, warped pages of opened books often bend on a cylinder parallel to the page allowing for a cylindrical model to be used.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10032-004-0138-z fatcat:vznvjk73pzebbpv6kkti6gr2ie

Front Matter: Volume 6919

Proceedings of SPIE, Katherine P. Andriole, Khan M. Siddiqui
2008 Medical Imaging 2008: PACS and Imaging Informatics  
The CID number appears on each page of the manuscript. The complete citation is used on the first page, and an abbreviated version on subsequent pages.  ...  Wang, National Univ. of Singapore (Singapore) 6919 0O Assuring image authenticity within a data grid using lossless digital signature embedding and a HIPAA-compliant auditing system [6919-25] J. C.  ...  "He was one of the first to envision the impact of digital technology on the storage, retrieval, communication, and  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.798406 fatcat:m5sfdt4etbbwhjhyirrzy4le3u

A Survey of Metadata Research for Organizing the Web

Jane Hunter
2003 Library Trends  
The metadata required to describe the highly heterogeneous, mixedmedia objects on the Internet is infinitely more complex than simple metadata for resource discovery of textual documents through a library  ...  INTRODUCTION The rapid expansion of the Internet has led to a demand for systems and tools that can satisfy the more sophisticated requirements for storing, managing, searching, accessing, retrieving,  ...  by a UFU) and procedures for computing and verifying such signatures.  ... 
dblp:journals/libt/Hunter03 fatcat:4jwkgwa3wrb7blhh5n36j22cce

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2005 Cartographic Perspectives  
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS REFERENCES of framing a spatial proposition to consider rigorously possible cause and real relations within complex and rich environments. That has not changed.  ...  (see page 108 for color version) Figure 7 . 7 UNR's search page for its digital historic maps collection.  ...  (see page 107 for color version) Figure 2 . 2 Opening page for UNLV's digital historic map collection (http://www.library.unlv.edu/maps).  ... 
doi:10.14714/cp52.371 fatcat:2ift6juau5cvxedpgzbmtxidai

Integrating GIS and Remotely Sensed Data for Mapping Forest Disturbance and Change [chapter]

John Rogan, Jennifer Miller
2006 Understanding Forest Disturbance and Spatial Pattern  
Steven Franklin, the editors of this book, for their insightful comments and direction while we were preparing this chapter. We also acknowledge the collaboration and advice of Lisa Fischer (U.S.  ...  The historical legacy of a particular land use on vegetation distribution has been examined (Foster et al . , 1998) .  ...  Soil type provides information on texture, moisture and nutrient availability, and pH and has been used to prestratify a boreal forest based on mineral soil type to reduce the influence of soil background  ... 
doi:10.1201/9781420005189.ch6 fatcat:a3gb6lsfxfb23myyy7em42b6be

Multimodality, Cognitive Poetics, and Genre: Reading Grady Hendrix's novel Horrorstör

Alison Gibbons
2016 Multimodal Communication  
AbstractQuirk Books, the publisher of Grady Hendrix's (  ...  Brooka, on page 8, for instance, is described thusly (Hendrix 2014: 8) : A sofa that's everything you ever dreamed a sofa could be.  ...  Both clusters also contain a base unit with imperative construction: "SEE PAGE …".  ... 
doi:10.1515/mc-2016-0008 fatcat:n6vnfenefracxaielben5bx2pi
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