Camera Ready Paper Submission
Authors of accepted papers should submit the camera-ready versions using the following page:
The due date of camera-ready submission is Aug. 7th, 2019.
Please note the following when you submit the papers.
1) During the submission process, the system requests you to enther the *paper ID*. Please enter the *abbreviation of workshop name* followed by the paper ID on the initial submittion in the form.
2) If you have already submitted your paper in the submission page for main conference which opened formarly, please resubmit your paper in the new page shown above.
* The submission deadline is now over *
HDI 2019 invites the submission of original, previously unpublished work and welcomes, with some restrictions, submissions which are closely related to work submitted to ICDAR 2019. This workshop employs single-blind review, in which referees remain anonymous for the authors throughout the process.
The workshop's proceedings will be published by IEEE CPS, along with the proceedings of the main conference, ICDAR 2019.
Papers should not exceed 5 printed pages in IEEE format. Please check the main conference site for full details on the formatting instructions.
Please use the following link to access the submission site: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=hdi20190
By submitting a paper to this Workshop all authors implicitly agree to be bound by the IAPR Ethical Requirements for Authors.
The following papers have been accepted for presentation at HDI 2019:
|Vinodh Rajan and H. Siegfried Stiehl||Making DIA Accessible to Non-experts: Designing a Visual Programming Language for Document Image Analysis|
|Fabrice Maurel, Stéphane Ferrari, Gaël Dias, Emmanuel Giguet and Judith Jeyafreeda Andrew||Spatialized and Interactive Concurent Speech for Web Pages Non Visual Skimming|
|Thanh Lam Thi Xuan, Anh Le Duc and Masaki Nakagawa||User interface for text and non-text classification|
Francisco Cruz, Mickael Coustaty, Olivier Augereau, Koichi Kise and Journet Nicholas
|Topic classification and document complexity analysis for vocabulary learning|
|Helena Muñoz Escudero, Fernando Vilarino and Dimosthenis Karatzas||Eye-Movements during information extraction from administrative documents|
|Takanori Maruichi, Shoya Ishimaru and Koichi Kise||Self-confidence Estimation on Vocabulary Tests with Stroke-level Handwriting Logs|
Congratulations to the authors.