All posts by Florian Kleber

Table Structure Recognition

Supervisor: Florian Kleber Start: as soon as possible Problem Statement Document Image Analysis (DIA) deals with the analysis and recognition of document images. Tasks range from skew estimation, layout analysis to Handwritten Text Recognition (HTR). Tables in documents contain structured information which can allow a deeper insight into specific data. Table Structure Recognition (TSR) deals … Continue reading Table Structure Recognition

Table Detection

Supervisor: Florian Kleber Start: as soon as possible Problem Statement Document Image Analysis (DIA) deals with the analysis and recognition of document images. Tasks range from skew estimation, layout analysis to Handwritten Text Recognition (HTR). Tables in documents contain structured information which can allow a deeper insight into specific data. During layout analysis, one task … Continue reading Table Detection

Segmentation of houses in historical Maps

Supervisor: Florian Kleber, Simon Brenner Start: as soon as possible Problem Statement Historical maps contain a lot of information like land boundarys or outlines of buildings. To show the development of citys and different regions it is necessary to extract this information from historical maps. Within this work the main goal will be detect the … Continue reading Segmentation of houses in historical Maps

Layout Analysis and OCR of art exhibition catalogues

Status: open Supervisor: Markus Diem, Florian Kleber, Christina Bartosch (University of Vienna) Exhibition catalogues comprise information containing accompanying texts, name of the paintings, owner of the paintings, etc. An example image shown on this page illustrates a page of an catalogue comprising consecutive numbers, name of the paintings and owners, and the hall number. The … Continue reading Layout Analysis and OCR of art exhibition catalogues

Document Layout Analysis for Newspapers

Status: open Supervisor: Markus Diem, Florian Kleber, Stefan Fiel Document layout analysis deals with the layout structure of document images, thus segmenting a page into homogeneous image regions. Within the project READ a framework for layout analysis is currently developed. The layout analysis allows to detect text regions (text lines, text blocks, etc.). The main … Continue reading Document Layout Analysis for Newspapers

Color Chart Detection and Calibration

Status: closed Supervisors: Markus Diem, Florian Kleber, and Fabian Hollaus Problem Statement Historical documents are often scanned or photographed to publish facsimile editions. Thus, it is important to know the exact scale of the image, and the correct color information. With this information, the document can be reproduced in such a manner that the dimension and color of … Continue reading Color Chart Detection and Calibration

Document Image Dewarping and AutoCrop

Status: open Supervisors: Florian Kleber, Markus Diem and Stefan Fiel Problem Statement Current Document Image Analysis (DIA) frameworks have also to deal with photographed images, which can originate from DSLR cameras or even from smartphones. Typically, the images are not taken within a defined aquisition setup and thus can have perspective distortions and an uneven … Continue reading Document Image Dewarping and AutoCrop

Pattern Matching of Burglary Tools

Status: open Supervisors:Florian Kleber, Stefan Fiel and Manuel Keglevic Problem Statement Within the project FORMS the traces of burglary tools are analyzed and compared with a database. One the one hand traces of burglary tools of different crime scences can be compared. This is done to identify series burglar. On the other hand the comparison is done … Continue reading Pattern Matching of Burglary Tools