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Travelled to:
1 × China
1 × Japan
1 × Spain
1 × Turkey
1 × USA
1 × United Kingdom
Collaborated with:
R.Ingold S.Kanoun A.M.Alimi J.Hennebert H.E.Abed H.Wei M.Baechler O.Zayene H.Guesmi
Talks about:
arab (7) recognit (5) multi (5) font (5) text (4) competit (2) approach (2) system (2) repres (2) cascad (2)

Person: Fouad Slimane

DBLP DBLP: Slimane:Fouad

Contributed to:

ICDAR 20132013
ICPR 20122012
ICDAR 20112011
DocEng 20102010
ICPR 20102010
ICDAR 20092009

Wrote 8 papers:

ICDAR-2013-SlimaneKAAIH #contest #multi
ICDAR2013 Competition on Multi-font and Multi-size Digitally Represented Arabic Text (FS, SK, HEA, AMA, RI, JH), pp. 1433–1437.
ICDAR-2013-WeiBSI #analysis #classification #documentation #evaluation #layout
Evaluation of SVM, MLP and GMM Classifiers for Layout Analysis of Historical Documents (HW, MB, FS, RI), pp. 1220–1224.
ICPR-2012-SlimaneZKAHI #recognition
New features for complex Arabic fonts in cascading recognition system (FS, OZ, SK, AMA, JH, RI), pp. 738–741.
ICDAR-2011-SlimaneKAAIH #contest #multi #recognition
ICDAR 2011 — Arabic Recognition Competition: Multi-font Multi-size Digitally Represented Text (FS, SK, HEA, AMA, RI, JH), pp. 1449–1453.
DocEng-2010-SlimaneKAHI #comparison #multi #recognition
Comparison of global and cascading recognition systems applied to multi-font arabic text (FS, SK, AMA, JH, RI), pp. 161–164.
ICPR-2010-SlimaneKAIH #modelling #recognition
Gaussian Mixture Models for Arabic Font Recognition (FS, SK, AMA, RI, JH), pp. 2174–2177.
ICDAR-2009-KanounSGIAH #approach #recognition
Affixal Approach versus Analytical Approach for Off-Line Arabic Decomposable Vocabulary Recognition (SK, FS, HG, RI, AMA, JH), pp. 661–665.
ICDAR-2009-SlimaneIKAH #database #evaluation #image #protocol
A New Arabic Printed Text Image Database and Evaluation Protocols (FS, RI, SK, AMA, JH), pp. 946–950.

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