Prof. Vladimir Polomac (University of Kragujevac, Serbia) created the Dionisio 2.0. generic model for automatic recognition of Serbian Church Slavonic printed books of the 15th-17th centuries. The model was created based on the materials from various Serbian printing houses of the 15th-17th centuries (Cetinje, Venice, Goražde, Mileševa, Belgrade and Mrkša’a Church).
The percentage of incorrectly recognized characters on the validation set is 2.4%. The process of creating the model within CITLab HTR+ engine, its quantitative and qualitative performance are described in detail in a separate paper.
While the models based on the CITlabHTR+ technology are no longer available in Transkribus, the Dionisio 2.0. model has been retrained with PyLaia technology with the almost identical performances.