An Alternative Deep Feature Approach to Line Level Keyword Spotting

CVPR 2019 George Retsinas Georgios Louloudis Nikolaos Stamatopoulos Giorgos Sfikas Basilis Gatos

Keyword spotting (KWS) is defined as the problem of detecting all instances of a given word, provided by the user either as a query word image (Query-by-Example, QbE) or a query word string (Query-by-String, QbS) in a body of digitized documents. Keyword detection is typically preceded by a preprocessing step where the text is segmented into text lines (line-level KWS)... (read more)

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