Establishing the provenance of historical manuscripts with a novel distance measure

@article{Hu2013EstablishingTP,
  title={Establishing the provenance of historical manuscripts with a novel distance measure},
  author={Bing Hu and Thanawin Rakthanmanon and Bilson J. L. Campana and Abdullah Mueen and Eamonn J. Keogh},
  journal={Pattern Analysis and Applications},
  year={2013},
  volume={18},
  pages={313-331}
}
The recent digitization of more than 20 million books has been led by initiatives from countries wishing to preserve their cultural heritage and by several commercial endeavors, including the Google Print Library Project. It is expected that within a few years a significant fraction of the world’s books will be online. However, for millions of complete books and tens of millions of loose pages, the provenance of the manuscripts may be completely unknown or disputed, thus denying historians an… CONTINUE READING

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