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- Chantal Amrhein, Simon Clematide:
Supervised OCR Error Detection and Correction Using Statistical and Neural Machine Translation Methods. J. Lang. Technol. Comput. Linguistics 33(1): 49-76 (2018)
- Simon Clematide, Lenz Furrer, Martin Volk:
Crowdsourcing the OCR Ground Truth of a German and French Cultural Heritage Corpus. J. Lang. Technol. Comput. Linguistics 33(1): 25-47 (2018)
- Christian Reul, Uwe Springmann, Christoph Wick, Frank Puppe:
Improving OCR Accuracy on Early Printed Books by combining Pretraining, Voting, and Active Learning. J. Lang. Technol. Comput. Linguistics 33(1): 3-24 (2018)
- Uwe Springmann, Christian Reul, Stefanie Dipper, Johannes Baiter:
Ground Truth for training OCR engines on historical documents in German Fraktur and Early Modern Latin. J. Lang. Technol. Comput. Linguistics 33(1): 97-114 (2018)
- Christoph Wick, Christian Reul, Frank Puppe:
Comparison of OCR Accuracy on Early Printed Books using the Open Source Engines Calamari and OCRopus. J. Lang. Technol. Comput. Linguistics 33(1): 79-96 (2018)
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