Paper Retrieval Based on Specific Paper Features: Chain and Laid Lines
This paper presents paper retrieval using the specific paper features chain and laid lines. Paper features are detected in digitized paper images and they are represented such that they could be used for retrieval. Optimal retrieval performance is achieved by means of a trainable similarity measure for a given set of paper features. By means of these methods a retrieval system is developed that art experts could use real-time in order to speed up their paper research.
KeywordsAverage Rank Retrieval Performance Paper Retrieval Fourier Image Paper Feature
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