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Klara Kedem


I was trained in mathematics and computer science at Tel Aviv University, now I am chairing the computer science department at Ben Gurion University. I have worked in the areas of computational geometry and bioinformatics, being mostly interested in shape resemblance and matching. Now I apply it to computer vision and image processing in my work on historical document analysis. We segment highly degraded documents, identify lines, and recognize words using pattern matching.

Computer Vision Graphics Visual Analytics

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Ben Gurion University of the Negev
Computer Science Department

Cornell University

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