Sydney opera house / HIP2019, September 20-21, 2019, Sydney, Australia

Workshop Program

All papers are presented orally with 20-minute time slots (15 minutes presentation + 5 minutes questions).


Day 1 - September 20 (Building 10, Aerial Function Centre, Broadway Room)
09:3010:30Session 1 - Datasets (Chair: Clemens Neudecker)
Dataset of Pages from Early Printed Books with Multiple Font Groups Mathias Seuret, Saskia Limbach, Nikolaus Weichselbaumer, Andreas Maier and Vincent Christlein
HORAE: an annotated dataset of books of hours Mélodie Boillet, Marie-Laurence Bonhomme, Dominique Stutzmann and Christopher Kermorvant
BADAM: A Public Dataset for Baseline Detection in Arabic-script Manuscripts Benjamin Kiessling, Daniel Stökl Ben Ezra and Matthew Thomas Miller
11:0012:20Session 2 - Training (Chair: Christopher Kermorvant)
Generating Cuneiform Signs with Cycle-Consistent Adversarial Networks Eugen Rusakov, Kai Brandenbusch, Denis Fisseler, Turna Somel, Gernot A. Fink, Frank Weichert and Gerfrid Müller
okralact - a multi-engine Open Source OCR training system Konstantin Baierer, Rui Dong and Clemens Neudecker
Using Balanced Training to Minimize Biased Classification Redy Andriyansah, Syed Saqib Bukhari, Martin Jenckel and Andreas Dengel
Recognition of Japanese historical text lines by an attention-based encoder-decoder and text line generation Anh Le Duc, Daichi Mochihashi, Katsuya Masuda, Hideki Mima and Ly Tuan Nam
12:2013:00Discussion Mentimeter feedback
14:1015:30Session 3 - Forms, Tables, Pattern Spotting (Chair: Elisa H. Barney Smith)
Crowdsourcing Historical Tabular Data – 1961 Census of England and Wales Christian Clausner, Justin Hayes and Apostolos Antonacopoulos
Keeping Informed: Automatic Processing of Residual Functional Capacity Form Images Julia Porcino and Chunxiao Zhou
Signature detection as a way to recognise historical parish register structure Solène Tarride, Aurélie Lemaitre, Bertrand Coüasnon and Sophie Tardivel
Pattern Spotting in Historical Documents Using Convolutional Models Ignacio Ubeda, José M. Saavedra, Stéphane Nicolas, Caroline Petitjean and Laurent Heutte
16:0017:20Session 4 - HTR, Matching, Layout Analysis (Chair: Bertrand Coüasnon)
Information Extraction in Handwritten Marriage Licenses Books Verónica Romero, Emilio Granell, Alicia Fornés, Enrique Vidal and Joan Andreu Sánchez
Recognition of Japanese Historical Hand-Written Characters Based on Object Detection Methods Yiping Tang, Kohei Hatano and Eiji Takimoto
Papy-S-Net : A Siamese Network to match papyrus fragments Antoine Pirrone, Marie Beurton-Aimar and Nicholas Journet
Layout Analysis and Text Column Segmentation for Historical Vietnamese Steles Anna Scius-Bertrand, Lars Voegtlin, Michele Alberti, Andreas Fischer and Marc Bui
Day 2 - September 21
Afternoon (~2pm)Scientific visit (UTS Library, tour + short presentation)

UTS Central (Building 2), 61 Broadway

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