Tuesday, 3 September 2013

Massaging data for optical character recognition

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..."
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1 comment:

David Jackson said...

Optical Character Recognition, is also abbreviated as OCR is a kind of scanning technology which helps to scan documents in much more advanced manner. It is the process of recognizing printed characters and images and then converting each character into its respective ASCII codes to covert the printed hard copy documents into a soft copy version.