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    题名: A lumpy demand production quantity model with setup cost reduction
    作者: 徐淑如;Hsu, Shu-lu
    贡献者: 淡江大學資訊管理學系
    关键词: Binary decision;Document layout analysis;Reading order;Support vector machine;Taboo box;Textline;Text region
    日期: 2001-03
    上传时间: 2009-11-30 13:12:56 (UTC+8)
    出版者: International Journal of Management
    摘要: The purpose of document layout analysis is to locate textlines and text regions in document images mostly via a series of split-or-merge operations. Before applying such an operation, however, it is necessary to examine the context to decide whether the place chosen for the operation is appropriate. We thus view document layout analysis as a matter of solving a series of binary decision problems, such as whether to apply, or not to apply, a split-or-merge operation to a chosen place. To solve these problems, we use support vector machines to learn whether or not to apply the previously mentioned operations from training documents in which all textlines and text regions have been located and their identifies labeled. The proposed approach is very effective for analyzing documents that allow both horizontal and vertical reading orders. When applied to a test data set composed of eight types of layout structure, the approach's accuracy rates for identifying textlines and text regions are 98.83% and 96.72%, respectively.
    關聯: International Journal of Management 18(1), pp.111-119
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