Comment introduire simplement et uniformément deux modes d'interaction asynchrones complémentaires dans un système d'analyse de documents existant

Abstract : Extracting contents from degraded documents, like historical ones, is difficult. Existing analysis systems usually rely on a manual correction of results during a post-processing stage, and cannot make use of external information to adapt their response. This paper presents how to adapt an existing document analysis system to enable an efficient interaction during the analysis stage, and benefit from external information. We describe the minimal architecture required, and the two complimentary interaction models we propose: they are suitable for mass document processing, and easy to implement. For transcription tasks in documents dating from the 18th century, our prototype permitted an important reduction of human workload.
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Joseph Chazalon, Bertrand Couasnon, Aurélie Lemaitre. Comment introduire simplement et uniformément deux modes d'interaction asynchrones complémentaires dans un système d'analyse de documents existant. CIFED - Conférence Internationale sur l'Ecrit et le Document, Mar 2012, Bordeaux, France. pp.285-299. ⟨hal-00686847⟩

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