Online ancient documents: Armarius

@inproceedings{Doumat2008OnlineAD,
  title={Online ancient documents: Armarius},
  author={Reim Doumat and El{\"o}d Egyed-Zsigmond and Jean-Marie Pinon and E. Csiszar},
  booktitle={DocEng '08},
  year={2008}
}
Many museums and libraries digitize their collections of historical manuscripts to preserve the historic documents and to facilitate their browsing. The collections are available as digital images and they need annotation to be accessible and exploitable. The annotations can be created manually, automatically or semi-automatically. Manual annotation is expensive and tedious; hence the reuse of users' experiences, by tracing their actions during the annotation process, helps other users to… Expand
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