Graduate School of Information Science and Engineering - Ritsumeikan University
Kinugasa Research Organization - Ritsumeikan University
College of Information Science and Engineering - Ritsumeikan University
School of Letters - Ritsumeikan University
Ukiyo-e served as ambassadors bringing Japanese culture to the world, and also Ukiyo-e artists were expected to anticipate trends and always stayed a step ahead of new fashion and style .We could know who is the artist of a certain print from signatures or seals in Ukiyo-e painting. A system that automatically recognizes signatures and seals can help enthusiasts and professionals better understand the background information of these collections more efficiently. In this research,we focus on automatic identifying of signatures and seals in Ukiyo-e painting,and we use open data to provide scholars a new perspective to Ukiyo-e collections.
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Hosted at Carleton University, Université d'Ottawa (University of Ottawa)
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
July 20, 2020 - July 25, 2020
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