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ADOPD: A Large-Scale Document Page Decomposition Dataset

Jiuxiang Gu · Xiangxi Shi · Jason Kuen · Lu Qi · Ruiyi Zhang · Anqi Liu · Ani Nenkova · Tong Sun

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Tue 7 May 7:30 a.m. PDT — 9:30 a.m. PDT


Research in document image understanding is hindered by limited high-quality document data. To address this, we introduce ADOPD, a comprehensive dataset for document page decomposition. ADOPD stands out with its data-driven approach for document taxonomy discovery during data collection, complemented by dense annotations. Our approach integrates large-scale pretrained models with a human-in-the-loop process to guarantee diversity and balance in the resulting data collection. Leveraging our data-driven document taxonomy, we collect and densely annotate document images, addressing four document image understanding tasks: Doc2Mask, Doc2Box, Doc2Tag, and Doc2Seq. Specifically, for each image, the annotations include human-labeled entity masks, text bounding boxes, as well as automatically generated tags and captions that have been manually cleaned. We conduct comprehensive experimental analyses to validate our data and assess the four tasks using various models. We envision ADOPD as a foundational dataset with the potential to drive future research in document understanding.

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