Advancing the state of the art for handwritten math recognition: the CROHME competitions, 2011–2014

@article{Mouchre2016AdvancingTS,
  title={Advancing the state of the art for handwritten math recognition: the CROHME competitions, 2011–2014},
  author={Harold Mouch{\`e}re and Richard Zanibbi and Utpal Garain and Christian Viard-Gaudin},
  journal={International Journal on Document Analysis and Recognition (IJDAR)},
  year={2016},
  volume={19},
  pages={173-189}
}
The CROHME competitions have helped organize the field of handwritten mathematical expression recognition. This paper presents the evolution of the competition over its first 4 years, and its contributions to handwritten math recognition, and more generally structural pattern recognition research. The competition protocol, evaluation metrics and datasets are presented in detail. Participating systems are analyzed and compared in terms of the central mathematical expression recognition tasks: (1… CONTINUE READING
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