Signature and logo detection using deep CNN for document image retrieval
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- Proceedings of International Conference on Frontiers in Handwriting Recognition, ICFHR, 2018, 2018-August pp. 416 - 422
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© 2018 IEEE. Signature and logo as a query are important for content-based document image retrieval from a scanned document repository. This paper deals with signature and logo detection from a repository of scanned documents, which can be used for document retrieval using signature or logo information. A large intra-category variance among signature and logo samples poses challenges to traditional hand-crafted feature extraction-based approaches. Hence, the potential of deep learning-based object detectors namely, Faster R-CNN and YOLOv2 were examined for automatic detection of signatures and logos from scanned administrative documents. Four different network models namely ZF, VGG16, VGG-M, and YOLOv2 were considered for analysis and identifying their potential in document image retrieval. The experiments were conducted on the publicly available 'Tobacco-800' dataset. The proposed approach detects Signatures and Logos simultaneously. The results obtained from the experiments are promising and at par with the existing methods.
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