1 January 2008 Feature extraction and clustering for the computer-aided reconstruction of strip-cut shredded documents
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We propose a solution for the computer-aided reconstruction of strip-cut shredded documents. First of all, the visual content of the strips is automatically extracted and represented by a number of numerical features. Usually, the pieces of different pages have been mixed. A grouping of the strips belonging to a same page is thus realized by means of a clustering operator, to ease the successive matching performed by a human operator with the help of a computer.
Anna Ukovich, Giovanni Ramponi, "Feature extraction and clustering for the computer-aided reconstruction of strip-cut shredded documents," Journal of Electronic Imaging 17(1), 013008 (1 January 2008). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.2898551
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