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Automatic recognition of handwritten medical forms for search engines
Handwriting recognition (HR) is a challenging problem that is made tractable only by the contextual constraints offered by specific applications. The population of a national emergency medical service database from the ...
Indexing and retrieval of low quality handwritten documents
Decades of the development in document analysis and recognition techniques has made it possible to convert large amount of documents into electronic formats and store them into computers. In recent years, the achievement ...
Mining hidden associations in text corpora through concept chain and graph queries
The availability of large volumes of text documents has created the potential to discover valuable information hidden in those texts. This in turn has created the need for automated methods of discovering such information ...
Language models and automatic topic categorization for information retrieval in handwritten documents
People have become accustomed to accessing (searching, retrieving, reading) information online with ease. This information is largely limited to ASCII documents, though access to printed and spoken documents has significantly ...
Content-based handwritten document indexing and retrieval
Information retrieval on textual data has been well studied and its applications (such as web searching) have become ubiquitous in our daily lives. However content-based image retrieval on handwritten document collections ...
A regression framework for learning to rank in web information retrieval
Machine learning approaches for learning ranking functions have been generating much interest from both the web information retrieval community and the machine learning community recently. It has the promise of improved ...