Quality evaluation of ancient digitized documents for binarization prediction

Abstract : This article proposes an approach to predict the result of binarization algorithms on a given document image according to its state of degradation. Indeed, historical docu- ments suffer from different types of degradation which result in binarization errors. We intend to characterize the degradation of a document image by using different features based on the intensity, quantity and location of the degradation. These features allow us to build prediction models of binarization algorithms that are very accurate according to R2 values and p-values. The prediction models are used to select the best binarization algorithm for a given document image. Obviously, this image-by-image strategy improves the binarization of the entire dataset.
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International conference on document image analysis, Aug 2013, Washington, United States. pp.1023, 2013
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Vincent Rabeux, Nicholas Journet, Anne Vialard, Jean-Philippe Domenger. Quality evaluation of ancient digitized documents for binarization prediction. International conference on document image analysis, Aug 2013, Washington, United States. pp.1023, 2013. 〈hal-00862225〉

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