@InProceedings{Neumann-ACCV10,
  IS = { zkontrolovano 10 Jan 2012 },
  UPDATE  = { 2011-01-14 },
  author =     {Neumann, Luk{\' a}{\v s} and Matas, Ji{\v r}{\' i}},
  title =      {A method for text localization and recognition in real-world images},
  year =       {2011},
  pages =      {770--783},
  booktitle =  {{ACCV} 2010: Proceedings of the 10th Asian
                Conference on Computer Vision, Part {III}},
  editor =     {Kimmel, Ron and Klette, Reinhard and Sugimoto, Akihiro},
  publisher =  {Springer},
  series =     {LNCS},
  volume =     {6495},
  address =    {Heidelberg, Germany},
  issn =       {0302-9743},
  isbn =       {978-3-642-19317-0},
  book_pages = {811},
  year_of_conference = {2010},
  month =      {November},
  day =        {8--12},
  venue =      {Queenstown, New Zealand},
  prestige =   {international},
  annote = {A method for affine rectification of a plane exploiting
   knowledge of relative scale changes is presented. The rectifying
   transformation is fully specified by the relative scale change at
   three non-collinear points or by two pairs of points where the
   relative scale change is known; the relative scale change between
   the pairs is not required. The method also allows homography
   estimation between two views of a planar scene from three
   point-with-scale correspondences. The proposed method is simple to
   implement and without parameters; linear and thus supporting
   (algebraic) least squares solutions; and general, without
   restrictions on either the shape of the corresponding features or
   their mutual position. The wide applicability of the method is
   demonstrated on text rectification, detection of repetitive
   patterns, texture normalization and estimation of homography from
   three point-with-scale correspondences.},
  keywords =    {text localization, text recognition},
  psurl       = {http://cmp.felk.cvut.cz/~neumalu1/accv2010submission.pdf},
  project =     {FP7-ICT-247022 MASH only EU, MSM6840770038, SGS10/069/OHK3/1T/13},
  authorship =  {50-50},
}