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Hypotheses for Separator elements

When formulating these hypotheses, the program will consider only the Separator objects detected during pre-recognition.

A Separator hypothesis has the following properties:

Property Description
Element name The full name of the element.
Page The number of the page on which the element was detected.
Surrounding rect The coordinates of the rectangle which surrounds the region of the hypothesis.
Width The width of the region of the hypothesis.
Height The height of the region of the hypothesis.
Orientation The orientation of the detected separator.
Relative length The length of the detected separator relative to the length of the search area.
Space length The absolute length of the space within the detected separator.
Relative space length The relative length of the space within the detected separator.
Orthogonal shift The distance between the separator objects in one hypothesis, measured orthogonally to the orientation of the separators.
Detected Shows whether the object described by the element has been found (true) or whether a null hypothesis has been formulated (false).
From the best path Shows whether the found hypothesis belongs to the best path in the tree of hypotheses (true) or not (false).
Pre-search quality How well the hypothesis matches the properties of the element specified by the settings in the Properties dialog box and by the code in the Advanced pre-search relations field.
Post-search quality The quality of the hypothesis after the conditions in the Advanced post-search relations field have been applied.
Chain quality The quality of the chain of hypotheses, from the first subelement of the group to the current subelement. Chain quality is calculated by multiplying the qualities of all the subelements in the chain and is used to compare rival chains of hypotheses.

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9/25/2020 9:24:45 AM


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