Segmentation-free Word Spotting in Historical Printed Documents

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In this paper, a new efficient word spotting methodology is presented that can be applied to historical printed documents without requiring any previous block or word segmentation step. Our aim is to address a methodology which is segmentation-free since in many cases of historical documents, the segmentation process does not produce meaningful results due… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/ICDAR.2009.236

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@article{Gatos2009SegmentationfreeWS, title={Segmentation-free Word Spotting in Historical Printed Documents}, author={Basilios Gatos and Ioannis Pratikakis}, journal={2009 10th International Conference on Document Analysis and Recognition}, year={2009}, pages={271-275} }