Hermite and Gabor transforms for noise reduction and handwriting classification in ancient manuscripts

  • Eglin V
  • Bres S
  • Rivero C
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Abstract

In this paper, we propose a biologically inspired, global and segmentation
free methodology for manuscript noise reduction and classification.
Our method consists of developing well-adapted tools for writing
enhancement, background noise, text and drawing separation and

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  • Background noise reduction
  • Classification
  • Gabor filtering
  • Handwriting characterization
  • Hermite polynomial decomposition
  • Orientations signature
  • Patrimonial manuscripts
  • Similarity measure
  • Writer identification

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Authors

  • Véronique Eglin

  • Stéphane Bres

  • Carlos Rivero

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