Corpus ID: 16285667

Looking Beyond Text: Extracting Figures, Tables and Captions from Computer Science Papers

@inproceedings{Clark2015LookingBT,
  title={Looking Beyond Text: Extracting Figures, Tables and Captions from Computer Science Papers},
  author={Christopher Clark and S. Divvala},
  booktitle={AAAI Workshop: Scholarly Big Data},
  year={2015}
}
  • Christopher Clark, S. Divvala
  • Published in
    AAAI Workshop: Scholarly Big…
    2015
  • Computer Science
  • Identifying and extracting figures and tables along with their captions from scholarly articles is important both as a way of providing tools for article summarization, and as part of larger systems that seek to gain deeper, semantic understanding of these articles. [...] Key Method This method can extract a wide variety of figures because it does not make strong assumptions about the format of the figures embedded in the document, as long as they can be differentiated from the main article's text.Expand Abstract

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