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A Modular Metadata Extraction System for Born-Digital Articles

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4 Author(s)
Dominika Tkaczyk ; Interdiscipl. Centre for Math. & Comput. Modelling, Univ. of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland ; Lukasz Bolikowski ; Artur Czeczko ; Krzysztof Rusek

We present a comprehensive system for extracting metadata from scholarly articles. In our approach the entire document is inspected, including headers and footers of all the pages as well as bibliographic references. The system is based on a modular workflow which allows for evaluation, unit testing and replacement of individual components. The workflow is optimized towards processing of born-digital documents, but may accept scanned document images as well. The machine-learning approaches we have chosen for solving individual tasks increase the ability to adapt to new document layouts and formats. The evaluation tests we have performed showed good results of the individual implementations and the entire metadata extraction process.

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Document Analysis Systems (DAS), 2012 10th IAPR International Workshop on

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27-29 March 2012