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5 datasets found
  1. W

    TexBiG

    • webis.de
    • anthology.aicmu.ac.cn
    6885143
    Updated 2022
  2. k

    TexBiG-v2.0-test

    • kaggle.com
    Updated Sep 15, 2023
  3. o

    TexBiG Dataset for Analysing Complex Document Layouts in the Digital...

    • explore.openaire.eu
    Updated Sep 19, 2023
  4. TexBiG Dataset for Analysing Complex Document Layouts in the Digital...

    • zenodo.org
    bin, pdf, zip
    Updated Sep 27, 2023
  5. TexBiG v2.0 train+val

    • kaggle.com
    zip
    Updated May 18, 2023
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Volker Rodehorst; Benno Stein (2022). TexBiG [Dataset]. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6885143

TexBiG

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6885143Available download formats
Dataset updated
2022
Dataset provided by
Bauhaus-Universität Weimar
The Web Technology & Information Systems Network
Authors
Volker Rodehorst; Benno Stein
License

Attribution 4.0 (CC BY 4.0)https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
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Description

TexBiG (from the German Text-Bild-Gefüge, meaning Text-Image-Structure) is a document layout analysis dataset for historical documents in the late 19th and early 20th century. The dataset provides instance segmentation (bounding boxes and polygons/masks) annotations for 19 different classes with more then 52.000 instances. Annotations are manually annotated by experts and evaluated with Krippendorff's Alpha, for each document image are least two different annotators have labeled the document. The dataset uses the common COCO-JSON format.

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