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1 Author(s)
Dengel, A. ; Dept. of Comput. Sci., Stuttgart Univ., West Germany

The author presents the knowledge-based document-analysis system ANASTASIL. The system uses a formalism for document layout description and modeling. The model is realized by a tree structure, which describes the layout of a document page in different layout abstraction levels. The tree is used to initiate a best-first search in combination with a hypothesize-and-test strategy to establish a high-level electronic representation of the contents of a document. Results obtained in the different analysis phases are shown and confirm the soundness of the approach

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Industrial Applications of Machine Intelligence and Vision, 1989., International Workshop on

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10-12 Apr 1989

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