- BCR 2D
- MICR CMC7
- MICR E13B
- Form Identification
- Image Enhancement
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- Black Border Removal
- Lines Removal
- Dynamic Thresholding
- Layout Analysis
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- File Format Conversion
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OCR-A - Font OCRA Optical Character Recognition
The OCR-A font was created in 1968 by the American Type Founders and was among the first set of characters suitable for optical recognition
to adhere to the criteria set by U.S. Bureau of Standards.
Its structure is so simple that it can be read by a machine, but is a little more difficult to read with eye human.
The OCR-A is conforms to the standard X-3.17-1981 (size I) established by the American National Standards Institute(ANSI) in 1981.
The same structure is also specificied by the German standard DIN 66008.
The measure of printing of the font is 12 points, the print density is equal to 10 cpi.
Frequently the OCR-A font is used to print in clear mode the contents of bar codes, just like the price tag of medications and medical prescriptions.
Over to the digits 0 to 9, the font OCR-A also includes 3 special symbols, called hook (hook), fork and chair .
A normal OCR engine recognition fails to correctly recognize this type of characters,
which is used for a specific recognition technology that, working with this unique font, has the advantage of being extremely reliable.
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