Interface for applying Cosmos to document segmentation
Current milestone (with demo links): https://github.com/UW-COSMOS/project-docs/tree/master/presentations_reports/milestone_3
Running the standalone images
We provide a separate repo (https://github.com/UW-COSMOS/cosmos-demo) describing how to use our canonical docker images, which include everything necessary to run the model.
Building + running the model from scratch
It is also possible to build the model image yourself. To do so:
- Switch to the cosmos directory
- Run, specifying the PDF input and desired output directories with the
OUTPUT_DIRenvironment variables, respectively
OUTPUT_DIR=./output/ INPUT_DIR=/path/to/input/docs DEVICE=cpu docker-compose up
Layout of the model
Documentation can be viewed at https://uw-cosmos.github.io/Cosmos/
The entry points for the program is cosmos/run.py
The procedure of the program is laid out generally as follows (docs correspond to paths)
- Preprocessing -- cosmos/preprocessing
- Turn PDFs into PNGs so that they can be fed to a computer vision pipeline.
- Create proposals -- cosmos/connected_components
- Generate region proposals within document pages, this segments each page.
- Ingesting data -- cosmos/ingestion
- Prepare region proposals to be classified by a Neural Network as Body Text, Equation, Figure, etc.
- Model inference -- Inference runner: cosmos/infer || Model definition: cosmos/model
- Run the Neural Network on each region proposal.
- Convert to HTML/XML -- cosmos/converters
- Results are converted to HTML/XML and class specific information extraction modules are run.
- Postprocessing -- cosmos/postprocessing
- Update class labels in light of extracted information.
- Equation specific OCR -- cosmos/latex_ocr
- Custom extraction pipeline for equations.
- Create knowledge base of figures and tables -- cosmos/construct_caption_tables
- Create knowledge base of equations -- cosmos/UnicodeParser
License and Acknowledgements
All development work supported by DAPRA ASKE HR00111990013 and UW-Madison.
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