Christian Viard-Gaudin

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This paper describes an application of neural networks in the field of objective measurement method designed to automatically assess the perceived quality of digital videos. This challenging issue aims to emulate human judgment and to replace very complex and time consuming subjective quality assessment. Several metrics have been proposed in literature to(More)
A competition on recognition of online handwritten mathematical expressions is organized. Recognition of mathematical expressions has been an attractive problem for the pattern recognition community because of the presence of enormous uncertainties and ambiguities as encountered during parsing of the two-dimensional structure of expressions. The goal of(More)
This paper presents an overview of the second Competition on Recognition of Online Handwritten Mathematical Expressions, CROHME 2012. The objective of the contest is to identify current advances in mathematical expression recognition using common evaluation performance measures and datasets. This paper describes the contest details including the evaluation(More)
We report on the third international Competition on Handwritten Mathematical Expression Recognition (CROHME), in which eight teams from academia and industry took part. For the third CROHME, the training dataset was expanded to over 8000 expressions, and new tools were developed for evaluating performance at the level of strokes as well as expressions and(More)
This paper proposes an automatic text-independent writer identification framework that integrates an industrial handwriting recognition system, which is used to perform an automatic segmentation of an online handwritten document at the character level. Subsequently, a fuzzy c-means approach is adopted to estimate statistical distributions of character(More)
We present the outcome of the latest edition of the CROHME competition, dedicated to on-line handwritten mathematical expression recognition. In addition to the standard full expression recognition task from previous competitions, CROHME 2014 features two new tasks. The first is dedicated to isolated symbol recognition including a reject option for invalid(More)
This paper highlights the interest of a language model in increasing the performances of on-line handwriting recognition systems. Models based on statistical approaches, trained on written corpora, have been investigated. Two kinds of models have been studied: ngram models and n-class models. In the latter case, the classes result either from a syntactic(More)