BibSLEIGH corpus
BibSLEIGH tags
BibSLEIGH bundles
BibSLEIGH people
Open Knowledge
XHTML 1.0 W3C Rec
CSS 2.1 W3C CanRec
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Used together with:
recognit (12)
bank (11)
check (9)
legal (8)
handwritten (7)

Stem amount$ (all stems)

30 papers:

HTHT-2015-ChungL #framework #predict
A Long-Term Study of a Crowdfunding Platform: Predicting Project Success and Fundraising Amount (JC, KL), pp. 211–220.
The Minimum Amount of Useful Space: New Results and New Directions (KR, AY), pp. 315–326.
ICPRICPR-2014-WangCW #recognition
Recognition of Handwritten Characters in Chinese Legal Amounts by Stacked Autoencoders (MW, YC, XW), pp. 3002–3007.
ICDARICDAR-2013-ChiC #approach #recognition
Chinese Handwritten Legal Amount Recognition with HMM-Based Approach (BC, YC), pp. 778–782.
RERE-2013-SavolainenHM #challenge #embedded #specification
Challenges in balancing the amount of solution information in requirement specifications for embedded products (JS, DH, MM), pp. 256–260.
CIKMCIKM-2012-ShirazipourazadBVSH #contest #how
Influence propagation in adversarial setting: how to defeat competition with least amount of investment (SS, BB, HV, AS, PH), pp. 585–594.
ICDARICDAR-2011-ChenZN #generative #online #recognition #scalability
Effects of Generating a Large Amount of Artificial Patterns for On-line Handwritten Japanese Character Recognition (BC, BZ, MN), pp. 663–667.
ICDARICDAR-2011-JayadevanKPP #database #development #recognition #word
Database Development and Recognition of Handwritten Devanagari Legal Amount Words (RJ, SRK, PMP, UP), pp. 304–308.
ICDARICDAR-2011-LiuC #image
Binarizing the Courtesy Amount Field on Color Chinese Bank Check Images (DL, YC), pp. 774–778.
CIAACIAA-2009-Freivalds #automaton #finite
Amount of Nonconstructivity in Finite Automata (RF), pp. 227–236.
ICPRICPR-2008-DingSK #recognition
A new courtesy amount recognition module of a Check Reading System (WD, CYS, AK), pp. 1–4.
Use of Legal Amount to Confirm or Correct the Courtesy Amount on Farsi Bank Checks (MZ, KF, ME), pp. 1123–1127.
DRRDRR-2006-ZhangA #dataset #towards
Toward quantifying the amount of style in a dataset (XZ, SA).
ICPRICPR-v2-2004-TangASBC #recognition
Recognition of Unconstrained Legal Amounts Handwritten on Chinese Bank Checks (HT, EA, CYS, OB, MC), pp. 610–613.
STOCSTOC-2003-GalR #bound
Lower bounds on the amount of randomness in private computation (AG, AR), pp. 659–666.
ICEISICEIS-v4-2003-TyrvainenJS #case study #learning #on the
On Estimating the Amount of Learning Materials a Case Study (PT, MJ, AS), pp. 127–135.
CSCWCSCW-2002-VertegaalD #question
Explaining effects of eye gaze on mediated group conversations: : amount or synchronization? (RV, YD), pp. 41–48.
ICDARICDAR-2001-KimKCS #recognition #segmentation
Legal Amount Recognition Based on the Segmentation Hypotheses for Bank Check Processing (KKK, JHK, YC, CYS), pp. 964–967.
ICDARICDAR-2001-KogaMSF #2d #bottom-up #parsing #recognition #segmentation
A Recognition Method of Machine-Printed Monetary Amounts Based on the Two-Dimensional Segmentation and the Bottom-up Parsing (MK, RM, HS, HF), pp. 968–971.
ICDARICDAR-2001-OliveiraSBS #composition
A Modular System to Recognize Numerical Amounts on Brazilian Bank Checks (LESdO, RS, FB, CYS), pp. 389–395.
ICDARICDAR-2001-ZhouSL #approach
A Feedback-based Approach for Segmenting Handwritten Legal Amounts on Bank Cheques (JZ, CYS, KL), pp. 887–891.
CIKMCIKM-2000-JohoS #scalability
Retrieving Descriptive Phrases from Large Amounts of Free Text (HJ, MS), pp. 180–186.
ICDARICDAR-1999-JeeKL #fault #using
Error Correction of Korean Courtesy Amounts in Bank Slips using Rule Information and cross-referencing (TCJ, EJK, YL), pp. 95–98.
ICPRICPR-1998-KaufmannB #fault #locality #using
Amount translation and error localization in check processing using syntax-directed translation (GK, HB), pp. 1530–1534.
ICDARICDAR-1997-Bippus #2d #pseudo #recognition
1-Dimensional and Pseudo 2-Dimensional HMMs for the Recognition of German Literal Amounts (RDB), pp. 487–490.
ICDARICDAR-1997-YuST #recognition
Location and recognition of legal amounts on Chinese bank cheques (CLY, CYS, YYT), pp. 588–591.
ICPRICPR-1996-Barbosa-PereiraHBMPCL #multi #recognition
Numeral amount recognition on multi-bank cheques (PBP, LH, OB, JVM, BP, PC, YL), pp. 165–169.
ICDARICDAR-v1-1995-DodelS #recognition
Symbolic/neural recognition of cursive amounts on bank cheques (JPD, RS), pp. 15–18.
ICDARICDAR-v1-1995-LethelierLG #automation
An automatic reading system for handwritten numeral amounts on French checks (EL, ML, MG), pp. 92–97.
ICDARICDAR-v2-1995-AgarwalGHGW #detection
Detection of courtesy amount block on bank checks (AA, LG, KH, AG, PSPW), pp. 748–751.

Bibliography of Software Language Engineering in Generated Hypertext (BibSLEIGH) is created and maintained by Dr. Vadim Zaytsev.
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