The F#.NET Journal just published an article about optical character recognition:
"Optical character recognition is a family of algorithms designed to convert scanned images of text into sequences of characters. This article describes a simple technique to segment an image of hand-written numbers into individual digits and use a simple metric to identify each digit..."
The F#.NET Journal today!
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