Image detection in scanned images

Nadine Schuppisser // July 1, 2015

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Detecting pictures in scanned document pages has many advantages such as better compression rates and the possibility to extract them individually.

A scanned page is originally a raster image consisting of bi-level or color pixels. Since we have sophisticated compression methods scanning in color is clearly preferred over pure black / white modes...

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Nadine Schuppisser
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