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-Given all of the previously defined features, each document image is characterized by a vector of dimension $18$. The following table shows the values of the three spatial deformation features on the examples in Figure \ref{locations}. 
+Given all of the previously defined features, each document image is characterized by a vector of dimension $18$. The table \ref{spatialFeatureTable} shows the values of the three spatial deformation features on the examples in Figure \ref{locations}. 
 
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+\begin{table}
 \begin{center}
+\caption{Comparison of spatial features in Figure \ref{locations}.}
 \begin{tabular}{|c|c|c|c|}
 \hline
 &  $ \mA $ &  $ \mS $ & $ \mSG $\\
 \hline
 
 \end{tabular}
+\label{spatialFeatureTable}
 \end{center}
+\end{table}
 
 The feature $ \mA $ is equal to $1$ in Figure \ref{locations}.a and Figure \ref{locations}.b because one degradation component is connected to one ink component. 
 The feature  $ \mSG $ equals to $0$ in Figure \ref{locations}.a because no component are connected. The feature  $ \mSG $ has a lower value in Figure  \ref{locations}.b than in Figure \ref{locations}.c because the union area size between the ink component and the degradation component is smaller.
 	 
 \hline	 
 	 $\mIInk $ & $\mIBack$ & $\mQ$ & $ \mA $ & $ \mS $ & $ \mSG $ & $ s_{I} $ & $ s_{D} $ & $ s_{B} $ & $ v_{I} $ & $ v_{D} $ &  $ v_{B}$ & $ \mu_{I} $ & $ \mu_{D} $ & $ \mu_{B} $  &$s$          & $v$ & $ \mu $ \\
-	 0.27		& 	0.25		& 3.26 	&	0.05	&	0.2	&	3,6	&	-0.4	&  -0.05    & -0.5          &  741 	&  392         &    161       &     66            &        135          &        199       &  -1.25    &  2065  & 171              \\
+	 0.27		& 	0.25		& 3.26 	&	0.05	&	0.2	&	3.6	&	-0.4	&  -0.05    & -0.5          &  741 	&  392         &    161       &     66            &        135          &        199       &  -1.25    &  2065  & 171              \\
 	
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