Recursive X-Y cut using bounding boxes of connected components

@inproceedings{Ha1995RecursiveXC,
  title={Recursive X-Y cut using bounding boxes of connected components},
  author={Jaekyu Ha and Robert M. Haralick and Ihsin T. Phillips},
  booktitle={ICDAR},
  year={1995}
}
A top-down page segmentation technique known as the recursive X-Y cut decomposes a document image recursively into a set of rectanguzar blocks. This paper proposes that the recursive X-Y cut be implemented using bounding bozes of connected components of black pixels instead of using image pizels. The advantage is that great improvement can be achieved in computation. In fact, once bounding boxes of connected components are obtained, the recursive X-Y cut is completed within an order of a second… CONTINUE READING
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