A Comparison of Automatic and Manual Zoning
Document Analysis and Recognition
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In this paper, we study the effects of automatic zoning on retrieval and ranking variability. We will show that OCR-generated text from automatic zoning, followed by postprocessing, produces retrieval results equivalent to OCR-generated text from manual zoning. We further show that there is a strong linear association between the ranked query results obtained from these two methods of zoning.
Electrical and Computer Engineering | Engineering
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A Comparison of Automatic and Manual Zoning.
Document Analysis and Recognition, 6(4),