oemer VS Multi-Type-TD-TSR

Compare oemer vs Multi-Type-TD-TSR and see what are their differences.

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oemer Multi-Type-TD-TSR
4 4
119 174
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5.8 2.3
2 months ago 3 months ago
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MIT License MIT License
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oemer

Posts with mentions or reviews of oemer. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-12-17.

Multi-Type-TD-TSR

Posts with mentions or reviews of Multi-Type-TD-TSR. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-08-23.
  • [D] Getting super-level table extraction
    3 projects | reddit.com/r/MachineLearning | 23 Aug 2022
    Recently, I've been researching extracting tables from image documents. First I tried with pdfs, however, the data extraction libraries like camelot are inconsistent. I found a deep learning model called CascadeTabNet. The detection results are okay but cell recognition is poor. I even found Multi-Type-TD-TSR for table extraction. It uses image processing techniques to find the grids. It performs well on structured and bordered tables. However, it messes up if the cell is not properly aligned. Even if extraction is successful, aggregation of multi-line cells, i.e post-processing, is not very obvious.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing oemer and Multi-Type-TD-TSR you can also consider the following projects:

Real-time-Object-Detection-for-Autonomous-Driving-using-Deep-Learning - My Computer Vision project from my Computer Vision Course (Fall 2020) at Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany. Performance comparison between state-of-the-art Object Detection algorithms YOLO and Faster R-CNN based on the Berkeley DeepDrive (BDD100K) Dataset.

Recognition-of-logical-document-structures - First approach for recognizing logical document structures like texts, sentences, segments, words, chars and sentence/segment depth based on recurrent neural network grammars.

MetalTranslate - Customizable machine translation in C++

donut - Official Implementation of OCR-free Document Understanding Transformer (Donut) and Synthetic Document Generator (SynthDoG), ECCV 2022

Orchestra - Orchestra is a sheet music reader (optical music recognition (OMR) system) that converts sheet music to a machine-readable version.