The input device is an optical scanner, optical character recognition is an application performed over the scanned image. The purpose of optical character recognition is to convert an image of characters in a page of text into ASCII characters (as… Full Answer
Magnetic Ink Character Recognition is actually going the way of the Dodo. MICR ink is becoming less common now (it was used extensively for the numbers on the bottom of checks) because of optical character recognition and check imaging used… Full Answer
OCR - Optical character recognition - extract text from a document in order to create an editable text file or a searchable pdf MICR - Magnetic ink character recognition Both are recognition technology that are used by banking technology to… Full Answer
OMR (Optical Mark Recognition) and OCR (Optical Character Recognition) are the 2 methods of turning print into a digital form. The advantage of OCR over OMR is that, on scanning, a printed document does not have to be re-coded.
If you have printed text you want to get into a computer, you first need to scan the text as an image. Later you have to use an optical character recognition (OCR) program in order to identify the characters and… Full Answer
With the OCR function, character recognition can be accomplished by just registering characters and specifying the area. Both alphanumeric characters and user-defined characters can be identified. The Auto calendar setting allows inspection of the date or lot numbers without the… Full Answer