We have two presentations at this years ICDAR workshops.
The first, in the Historical Document Imaging and Processing workshop (HIP) presents our first generalized segmentation and transcription models and a large open source dataset for medieval Hebrew.
The second, in the computational paleography workshop treats the automatic detection of insertion spots for interlinear and marginal additions.
you can find more information and a link to the recording of the French interview here.
You can find more information and a link to the recording here.
A sneak preview into our preparation of a full transcription of the Tosefta in ms BL add 27296 and the particularly complex layout of its first page (fol. 3r) in it’s display in our open source infrastructure eScriptorium:
Sofer Mahir, Tikkoun Sofrim, eRabbinica and eScriptorium will be presented at a lecture entitled
Artificial Intelligence, Citizen Science and Medieval Hebrew Manuscripts
at Princeton University on Friday April 5, 2019 at noon in room 203 in the Scheide Caldwell house. If you intend to come please inform Baru Saul from the Judaic Studies programme