Document Image Analysis
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Number of pages: 125
This book describes some of the technical methods and systems used for document processing of text and graphics images. The methods have grown out of the fields of digital signal processing, digital image processing, and pattern recognition. The objective is to give the reader an understanding of what approaches are used for application to documents and how these methods apply to different situations.
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