Response to 'Projection Methods Require Black Border Removal'

Faisal Shafait, Daniel Keysers, Thomas Breuel
IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence volume 31 number 4, Pages 763-764, IEEE, 4/2009

Abstract:

In contrast to prior experimental work, our results support the conclusion that RXYC can perform well after marginal noise removal. However, marginal noise removal on page images like those found in UW3 remains a hard problem, and it therefore remains an open question whether RXYC can actually achieve competitive performance on such databases.

Files:

  response-letter.pdf

BibTex:

@article{ SHAF2009,
	Title = {Response to 'Projection Methods Require Black Border Removal'},
	Author = {Faisal Shafait and Daniel Keysers and Thomas Breuel},
	Month = {4},
	Year = {2009},
	Publisher = {IEEE},
	Publisher = {31},
	Pages = {763-764},
	Journal = {IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence},
	Number = {4}
}

     
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