- BCR 2D
- MICR CMC7
- MICR E13B
- Form Identification
- Image Enhancement
- TWAIN and ISIS Scanning
- Black Border Removal
- Lines Removal
- Dynamic Thresholding
- Layout Analysis
- Quality Control
- File Format Conversion
- Book Curvature Correction
- Keystone Correction
MICR E13B - Magnetic Ink Recognition codeline E13B
The MICR E13B font was created in 1958 by the American Bankers Associations (ABA) for automatic processing of bank check. Today it is widely used in USA, Canada, Australia, United Kingdom and other countries in the world.
The measure of printing of the font is 0.117 inch (8.4 points), the print density is equal to 8 cpi.
The set of characters recognized is made up of the following symbols and digits.
The last symbols are called, following the order into picture, BSB (or Transit), Domestic (or On-Us), Amount, Dash and,
after recognition, are respectively, as reported ":" "<" ";" "=" into ASCII characters.
With MICR E13B recognition engine, the accuracy is 100% if there are scanned images of good quality;
if the quality is medium-low, the error rate is typically less than 0.5%.
For each recognized character is given the confidence level, allowing to determine how accurate was the recognition process.
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