CBDAR 2021 will be organized as a hybrid workshop on the afternoon of Monday, 06 September 2021 in the Hybrid room BC01. Please visit this page on the ICDAR 2021 website for more details about the venue.

Monday, 06 September 2021in the Hybrid room BC01
14h00-14h10Opening [PDF]
14h10-14h50Keynote talk by Professor Koichi Kise (Osaka Prefecture University, Japan) (more details) [PDF]
14h50-15h30Oral session 1
Session chair: Nibal Nayef (MyScript – France)

  • Denzel Farmer, Owen Eicher, Nishatul Majid and Yiyan Li. Handwritten Chess Scoresheet Recognition Using a Convolutional BiLSTM Network [PDF slides]
  • Naoto Morita, Ryunosuke Inoue, Masashi Yamada, Takatoshi Naka, Atsuko Kanematsu, Shinya Miyazaki and Junichi Hasegawa. Inscription Segmentation using Synthetic Inscription Images for Text Detection at Stone Monuments [PDF slides]
15h30 – 16h00Group photo [GroupPhoto_CBDAR2021.jpg]
Coffee break (on the terrasse (4th floor) of the BC building and is included in the registration fee)
16h00 – 17h20Oral session 2
Session Chair: Joseph Chazalon (EPITA Research & Development Lab. – France)

  • Sanjana Gunna, Rohit Saluja and C.V. Jawahar. Transfer Learning for Scene Text Recognition in Indian Languages [PDF slides]
  • Aline Geovanna Soares, Byron Leite Dantas Bezerra and Estanislau Baptista Lima. How Far Deep Learning Systems for Text Detection and Recognition in Natural Scenes are Affected by Occlusion? [PDF slides]
  • Shivam Sood, Rohit Saluja, Ganesh Ramakrishnan and Parag Chaudhuri. CATALIST: CAmera TrAnsformations for multi-LIngual Scene Text recognition [PDF slides]
  • Karina O. M. Bogdan, Guilherme A. S. Megeto, Rovilson Leal, Gustavo Souza, Augusto C. Valente and Lucas Kirsten. DDocE: Deep Document Enhancement with Multi-Scale Feature Aggregation and Pixel-Wise Adjustments [PDF slides]
17h20 – 17h30Best paper award ceremony
Closing [PDF]

The Springer proceedings of CBDAR 2021 are available online. Please use the links on the main conference (ICDAR 2021) website to get free access to the proceedings in SpringerLink for the duration of the conference and for 1 year after the conference (before September 10, 2022). Please note that the free access is only working from this website (https://icdar2021.org/proceedings/), the links will not work when shared via email for example. Four years after publication, the proceedings will be freely accessible for everyone in SpringerLink (after September 3, 2025).