PSET: A Page Segmentation Evaluation Toolkit

@inproceedings{Mao2000PSETAP,
  title={PSET: A Page Segmentation Evaluation Toolkit},
  author={Song Mao and Tapas Kanungo},
  year={2000}
}
Empirical performance evaluation of page segmentation algorithms has become increasingly important due to the numerous algorithms that are being proposed each year. In order to choose between these algorithms for a specific domain it is important to empirically evaluate their performance. To accomplish this task the document image analysis community needs i) standardized document image datasets with groundtruth, ii) evaluation metrics that are agreed upon by researchers, and iii) freely… CONTINUE READING

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