DRR 2012 - Preliminary Program
Title First Author Affiliation
Interactive Paper and Symposium Demonstration Session - Tuesday 24, 5:30 - 8:00 PM
Bleed-through removal in degraded documents Miss Róisín F. Rowley-Brooke Trinity College Dublin   Paper 8297-28
Clustering Document Fragments using Background Color and Texture Information Mr. Sukalpa Chanda, Gjøvik  Univ. College   Paper 8297-29
Lecture video segmentation and indexing Mr. Di Ma Illinois Institute of Technology   Paper 8297-30
Unsupervised categorization method of graphemes on handwritten manuscripts : application to style recognition Mr. Hani Daher Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Lyon Paper 8297-31
Retrieving handwriting by combining word spotting and manifold ranking Mr. Sebastian Peña Saldarriaga Synchromedia   Paper 8297-32
The A2iA French handwriting recognition system at the Rimes-ICDAR2011 competition Dr. Farès Menasri A2iA SA   Paper 8297-33
Using connected component decomposition to detect straight line segments in documents Ms. Xiaofan Feng The George Washington Univ.   Paper 8297-34
A synthetic document image dataset for developing and evaluating historical document processing methods Mr. Daniel D. Walker IV Brigham Young Univ.   Paper 8297-35
Session 1:  Invited Presentation I - Wednesday 25, 9:30 - 10:30 AM
Large scale visual semantic extraction Dr. Samy Bengio Google Inc.   Session I - Paper 8297-1
Session 2:  Region Labeling- Wednesday 25, 11:00 - 12:20 AM
Graphical image classification using a hybrid of evolutionary algorithm and binary particle swarm optimization Ms. Beibei Cheng Missouri Univ. of Science and Technology Session II - Paper 8297-2
Combining SVM classifiers to identify investigator name zones in biomedical articles Dr. Jongwoo Kim National Library of Medicine   Session II - Paper 8297-3
Comprehensive color segmentation system for noisy digitized documents to enhance text extraction Ms. Asma Ouji Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Lyon Session II - Paper 8297-4
Ensemble methods with simple features for document zone classification Dr. Tayo Obafemi-Ajayi Illinois Institute of Technology   Session II - Paper 8297-5
Session 3:  Handwriting Recognition - Wednesday 25, 1:50 - 3:30 PM
A Robust Omnifont Open-Vocabulary Arabic OCR System Using Pseudo-2D-HMM Mr. Abdullah M. Rashwan Cairo Univ.   Session III - Paper 8297-6
Variable length and context-dependent HMM letter form models for Arabic handwritten word recognition Mrs. Anne-Laure Bianne-Bernard A2iA SA   Session III - Paper 8297-7
Post processing for offline Chinese handwritten character string recognition Mr. Yanwei Wang Tsinghua Univ.   Session III - Paper 8297-8
Complexity reduction with recognition rate maintained for on-line handwritten Japanese text recognition Dr. Jinfeng Gao Tokyo University Agriculture and Technology Session III - Paper 8297-9
Improving isolated and in-context classication of handwritten characters Mr. Vadim Mazalov The Univ. of Western Ontario   Session III - Paper 8297-10
Session 4:  Graphics Recognition - Wednesday 25, 4:00 - 5:20 PM
Using specific evaluation for comparing and combining competing algorithms: applying it to table column detection Dr. Ana Costa C. Silva Univ. do Porto   Session IV - Paper 8297-11
Identification of embedded mathematical formulas in PDF documents using SVM Ms. Xiaoyan Lin Peking Univ.   Session IV - Paper 8297-12
Chemical structure recognition: a rule-based approach Mr. Noureddin M. Sadawi The Univ. of Birmingham   Session IV - Paper 8297-13
Quantify Spatial Relations to Discover Handwritten Graphical Symbols Mr. Jinpeng Li Univ. de Nantes   Session IV - Paper 8297-14
Session 5:  Invited Presentation II - Thursday 26, 8:30 - 9:30 AM
Language modeling for Information Retriveval Dr Christopher Manning Standford Univ.   Session V - Paper 8297-15
Session 6:  Information Retrieval - Thursday 26, 9:30 - 10:10 AM
Automatic indexing of scanned documents: a layout-based approach Mr. Daniel Esser Technische Univ. Dresden   Session VI - Paper 8297-16
Layout-based substitution tree indexing and retrieval for mathematical expressions Mr. Thomas Schellenberg Rochester Institute of Technology   Session VI - Paper 8297-17
Session 7:  Human-Computer Interaction - Thursday 26, 10:40 - 12:20 AM
Efficient Cost-Sensitive Human-Machine Collaboration for Off-Line Signature Verification Dr. Johannes Coetzer Stellenbosch Univ.   Session VII - Paper 8297-18
Questioned document workflow for handwriting with automated tools Dr. Sargur N. Srihari Univ. at Buffalo   Session VII - Paper 8297-19
Iterative analysis of document collections enables efficient human-initiated interaction Mr. Joseph Chazalon Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Rennes Session VII - Paper 8297-20
VeriClick: an efficient tool for table format verification Dr. George Nagy Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute   Session VII - Paper 8297-21
Asymptotic cost in document conversion Dr. Dorothea Blostein Queen's Univ.   Session VII - Paper 8297-22
Session 8:  Style or Writer Identification - Thursday 26, 1:50 - 3:30 PM
Style comparisons in calligraphy Dr. George Nagy Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute   Session VIII - Paper 8297-23
An Oracle based co-training framework for writer identification in iffline handwriting Mr. Utkarsh Porwal Univ. at Buffalo   Session VIII - Paper 8297-24
Handwritten document age classification based on handwriting styles Mr. Chetan Ramaiah Univ. at Buffalo   Session VIII - Paper 8297-25
Handwriting individualization using distance and rarity Mr. Yi Tang Univ. at Buffalo   Session VIII - Paper 8297-26
Construction of language models for an handwritten mail reading system Mr. Olivier Morillot Telecom ParisTech   Session VIII - Paper 8297-27