Investigação de uma Arquitetura para Gerenciamento de Documentos

Sérgio Francisco Tavares de Oliveira Mendonça, Edson Alves de Carvalho Júnior, João Ferreira da Silva Júnior

Resumo


Um dos grandes desafios no gerenciamento de documentos consiste na identificação adequada, através da especificação e extração da informação, através de diversas abordagens e características. Definir e implementar técnicas para aquisição, pré-processamento, extração de características e reconhecimento de imagens de documentos. Comparar as técnicas implementadas e, dessa forma verificar a adequação das mesmas no ambiente proposto. O resultado prático, desse trabalho, servirá de protótipo para sistemas de análise de imagens de documentos.


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