21 December 2000 QDOC'99: a system for automatic cataloging and searching of document bases
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The costs of cataloguing a book manually for future access in a library exceed the costs of buying it by far. Therefore, libraries have a need for methods that support the automatic cataloguing of material. This paper describes the system QDOC'99 that implements the automatic extraction of bibliographical data from printed books into electronic catalogues; thereby, errors that originate from digitization of printed material are taken into consideration. The retrieval part of QDOC'99 comprises two approaches: one approach is directed towards a recall-oriented evaluation of queries; the other approach is directed towards a precision- oriented evaluation of queries. The performance of QDOC'99 was evaluated in an international contest on automatic cataloguing for which the results are given in the paper.
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Andreas Myka, Andreas Myka, } "QDOC'99: a system for automatic cataloging and searching of document bases", Proc. SPIE 4307, Document Recognition and Retrieval VIII, (21 December 2000); doi: 10.1117/12.410862; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.410862
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