Comparative analysis of selected programs for optical text recognition
The aim of the article is to compare three programs for the optical text recognition. The problem of the optical text recognition has been defined. Next, briefly the functionality of this technology was described. The most important programs realizing the discussed problem were also characterized. The selected programs were tested using two samples of machine writing in Polish. The speed of the text recognition process was determined. The correctness of characters and words recognition in the analyzed text was also specified.
Optical Character Recognition; OCR; Tesseract; Ocrad; GOCR
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