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Author (up) Wenwen Yu; Chengquan Zhang; Haoyu Cao; Wei Hua; Bohan Li; Huang Chen; Mingyu Liu; Mingrui Chen; Jianfeng Kuang; Mengjun Cheng; Yuning Du; Shikun Feng; Xiaoguang Hu; Pengyuan Lyu; Kun Yao; Yuechen Yu; Yuliang Liu; Wanxiang Che; Errui Ding; Cheng-Lin Liu; Jiebo Luo; Shuicheng Yan; Min Zhang; Dimosthenis Karatzas; Xing Sun; Jingdong Wang; Xiang Bai edit  url
  Title ICDAR 2023 Competition on Structured Text Extraction from Visually-Rich Document Images Type Conference Article
  Year 2023 Publication 17th International Conference on Document Analysis and Recognition Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume 14188 Issue Pages 536–552  
  Abstract Structured text extraction is one of the most valuable and challenging application directions in the field of Document AI. However, the scenarios of past benchmarks are limited, and the corresponding evaluation protocols usually focus on the submodules of the structured text extraction scheme. In order to eliminate these problems, we organized the ICDAR 2023 competition on Structured text extraction from Visually-Rich Document images (SVRD). We set up two tracks for SVRD including Track 1: HUST-CELL and Track 2: Baidu-FEST, where HUST-CELL aims to evaluate the end-to-end performance of Complex Entity Linking and Labeling, and Baidu-FEST focuses on evaluating the performance and generalization of Zero-shot/Few-shot Structured Text extraction from an end-to-end perspective. Compared to the current document benchmarks, our two tracks of competition benchmark enriches the scenarios greatly and contains more than 50 types of visually-rich document images (mainly from the actual enterprise applications). The competition opened on 30th December, 2022 and closed on 24th March, 2023. There are 35 participants and 91 valid submissions received for Track 1, and 15 participants and 26 valid submissions received for Track 2. In this report we will presents the motivation, competition datasets, task definition, evaluation protocol, and submission summaries. According to the performance of the submissions, we believe there is still a large gap on the expected information extraction performance for complex and zero-shot scenarios. It is hoped that this competition will attract many researchers in the field of CV and NLP, and bring some new thoughts to the field of Document AI.  
  Address San Jose; CA; USA; August 2023  
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  Series Editor Series Title Abbreviated Series Title LNCS  
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  Area Expedition Conference ICDAR  
  Notes DAG Approved no  
  Call Number Admin @ si @ YZC2023 Serial 3896  
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