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Utilisation des points d'intérêt pour rechercher des mots imprimés ou manuscrits dans des documents anciens

Abstract : In certain document types, when the vocabulary is not too important, a recognition of the words by visual index can be a solution more effective than using an analytical approach based on the recognition of each letter. This approach is known as word spotting. In this paper we propose a new form for this approach adapted to the identifying headers printed form fields, detection of dashed lines, or transcription of handwritten proper nouns. We suggest to use a dense description by local descriptors for images and a parse for models. This article gives performances evaluations.
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Jean Camillerapp. Utilisation des points d'intérêt pour rechercher des mots imprimés ou manuscrits dans des documents anciens. CIFED 2012 - colloque international sur l'écrit et le document, Mar 2012, Bordeaux, France. ⟨hal-00750386⟩

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