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Data Harvesting services:
Isource India provides a wide range of customized web
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Our experienced web researchers can mine the World Wide Web
and harvest data and present them to you in the format customers require. Our
Web harvesting service includes:
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Information retrieval from Public Databases (Paid or
Optical Character Recognition.
Optical Character Recognition. OCR software converts the characters in an image into text for use with word processing programs.
Optical Character Recognition. Refers to both the process of scanning text from a printed page into a digital text file and to the type of software which carries this process out.
Optical character recognition; the act of using a visual scanning device to read text from hard copy and translate it into a format a computer can access (e.g., an ASCII file). OCR systems include an optical scanner for reading text and sophisticated software for analyzing images.
Optical Character Reader. A device or software that converts printed text to computer-compatible files.
Optical Character Recognition. A technology that lets you scan a printed page (with a scanner) and convert it into text document that you can edit in a word processor.
Optical Character Recognition Refers to software that can identify text on a scanned page image and convert the contents of the page into ASCII text.
Optical Character Recognition is a visual recognition process that turns printed or written text into an electronic character based file. The process involves photo-scanning of the text character-by-character, analysis of the scanned-in image, and then translation of the character image into character codes, typically ASCII. In OCR processing, the page image is scanned, then analyzed for light and dark areas in order to identify each alphabetic letter or numeric digit. Popular commercial OCR packages include the Xerox company's TextBridge and Adobe's Acrobat Capture.
When a page is scanned, the page is initially stored as an image only, and the computer does not identify the image as text. Optical Character Recognition is a process that produces a page of text from an image file. It is usually only accurate in the mid 90% range, and must be corrected by a proofer for most applications except for text searching.
"Optical Character Recognition"; using a scanner to digitize a printed document, converting it to an editable word processing file. See also: optical character recognition (Webopedia).
optical character recognition
Optical Character Recognition is a visual recognition process that turns printed or written text into an electronic character based file. The process involves photo-scanning of the text character-by-character, analysis of the scanned-in image, and then translation of the character image into character codes, typically ASCII. In OCR processing, the page image is scanned, then analysed for light and dark areas in order to identify each alphabetic letter or numeric digit. Popular commercial OCR packages include the Xerox company's TextBridge and Adobe's Acrobat Capture.
Optical Character Recognition. The ability of a scanner with the proper software to capture, recognize and translate printed alpha-numeric characters into machine readable text.
(Optical Character Recognition) Software that translates images of letters entered into the computer with a scanner into characters that can be manipulated as text but not as images.
(Optical Character Recognition) Computer recognition of printed typed characters Operating System-The software of a computer that controls the execution of programs Optical disk-Information storage medium that uses light to read and write digital information
Optical Character Recognition. Software that translates a scanned image of printed or typewritten text into a plain text file that can be read by a word processor.
Optical Character Recognition. The machine-reading of typed or even hand-written texts by a scanner. Software then 'translates' the dark and light areas of the scanned material into letters and numbers and creates a text document from the scanned material.
Optical Character Recognition. The technology that allows computers to 'read' text from physical objects. OCR requires a graphical representation of text to interpret, which usually comes from a scanned image.
Optical Character Recognition. A device that can scan, recognize, and convert printed shapes into meaningful units, such as characters. OCR for Ethiopic has been successfully acomplished by Michal Jerabek firstname.lastname@example.org
Optical character recognition is a technology which takes data from a paper document and turns it editable text data. The document is first scanned. Then OCR software searches the document for letters, numbers, and other characters.
Optical Character Recognition. The conversion of scanned text into a form useable by word-processing software or text editors.
Optical Character Recognition. The process of reproducing hardcopy output into digital format.
Optical character recognition.
OCR is the recognition of printed or written text characters by a computer. It involves photo scanning of the text character-by-character, analysis of the scanned image, and then translation of the character image into character codes, such as ASCII.