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Optical Character Recognition

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Chinese Text in the Wild

28 Feb 2018xiaofengShi/CHINESE-OCR

[python3. 6] 运用tf实现自然场景文字检测, keras/pytorch实现ctpn+crnn+ctc实现不定长场景文字OCR识别

OPTICAL CHARACTER RECOGNITION

Image-to-Markup Generation with Coarse-to-Fine Attention

ICML 2017 da03/Attention-OCR

We present a neural encoder-decoder model to convert images into presentational markup based on a scalable coarse-to-fine attention mechanism.

OPTICAL CHARACTER RECOGNITION

ASTER: An Attentional Scene Text Recognizer with Flexible Rectification

good 2018 bgshih/aster

SCENE text recognition has attracted great interest from the academia and the industry in recent years owing to its importance in a wide range of applications.

OPTICAL CHARACTER RECOGNITION SCENE TEXT RECOGNITION

STN-OCR: A single Neural Network for Text Detection and Text Recognition

27 Jul 2017Bartzi/stn-ocr

In contrast to most existing works that consist of multiple deep neural networks and several pre-processing steps we propose to use a single deep neural network that learns to detect and recognize text from natural images in a semi-supervised way.

OPTICAL CHARACTER RECOGNITION SCENE TEXT RECOGNITION

E2E-MLT - an Unconstrained End-to-End Method for Multi-Language Scene Text

30 Jan 2018MichalBusta/E2E-MLT

An end-to-end trainable (fully differentiable) method for multi-language scene text localization and recognition is proposed.

OPTICAL CHARACTER RECOGNITION

AON: Towards Arbitrarily-Oriented Text Recognition

CVPR 2018 huizhang0110/AON

Existing methods on text recognition mainly work with regular (horizontal and frontal) texts and cannot be trivially generalized to handle irregular texts.

OPTICAL CHARACTER RECOGNITION

Case Study of a highly automated Layout Analysis and OCR of an incunabulum: 'Der Heiligen Leben' (1488)

20 Jan 2017OCR4all/LAREX

This paper provides the first thorough documentation of a high quality digitization process applied to an early printed book from the incunabulum period (1450-1500).

OPTICAL CHARACTER RECOGNITION