Automatic Digital Document Processing and Management: Problems, Algorithms and Techniques

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Springer Science & Business Media, Jan 3, 2011 - Computers - 297 pages
This text reviews the issues involved in handling and processing digital documents. Examining the full range of a document’s lifetime, the book covers acquisition, representation, security, pre-processing, layout analysis, understanding, analysis of single components, information extraction, filing, indexing and retrieval. Features: provides a list of acronyms and a glossary of technical terms; contains appendices covering key concepts in machine learning, and providing a case study on building an intelligent system for digital document and library management; discusses issues of security, and legal aspects of digital documents; examines core issues of document image analysis, and image processing techniques of particular relevance to digitized documents; reviews the resources available for natural language processing, in addition to techniques of linguistic analysis for content handling; investigates methods for extracting and retrieving data/information from a document.
 

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Contents

Digital Documents
1
Document Analysis
110
Content Processing
197
DOMINUS
256
Appendix B Machine Learning Notions
271
Glossary
277
References
279
Index
289
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