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For this purpose, they are partitioned into two subsets: Challenges are selected to cover a wide range of real-world situations.
Typically Robust Reading is linked to the detection and recognition of textual information in scene images, but in the wider sense it refers to techniques and methodologies that have been developed specifically for text containers other than scanned paper documents, and include born-digital images and videos to mention a few. Introduction “Robust Reading” refers to the research area dealing with the interpretation of written communication in unconstrained settings.
This entails both locating the text in the image in terms of bounding boxes of individual words and recognising the containing text. The challenges introduced for the edition are summarized in the following figure: Datasets available 2 April: More information about each challenge is provided in their respective pages: The competition is organized around challenges that represent specific application domains for robust reading.
Each dataset is provided as a zip readingg, and contains a set of JPEG images of single words and an XML tag file containing the ground truth transcriptions. The aim of the Robust Reading Competition is to find the best system able to read complete words in camera captured scenes.
That is, you can run tests on the sample data to check that your software works with the data, but the results won’t mean much. Retrieved from ” http: This page is editable only by TC11 Officers.
ICDAR Robust Reading Competitions – TC11
Each robusg is set up around different tasks. Sample datasets are provided to give you a quick impression of the data, and also to allow function testing of your software.
Each dataset is provided as a zip file, and contains a set of JPEG images of single characters and an XML tag file containing the ground truth character classes. Four independent competitions were organised: Registration of interest 5 March: Use TrialTrain to train or tune your algorithms, then quote results on TrialTest. Web site online 15 January until 31 March: The datasets used for the final robst evaluation are not available for any of the competitions.
Robust Reading is at the meeting point between camera based document analysis and scene interpretation, and serves as common ground between the document analysis community and the wider computer vision community. Navigation menu Toggle navigation TC The aim of this competition is to find the best system able to read single words that have been extracted from natural scenes.
Trial datasets serve two purposes. The challenges introduced for the edition are summarized in the following figure:.
The aim of this competition is to find the best system able to classify single characters that have been extracted from natural scenes. Submission of results deadline August: These compftitions were organised in a closed mode, meaning that the participants had to submit an operational version of their system for independent testing.