mark detection

mark detection

[′märk di‚tek·shən]
(computer science)
That class of character recognition systems which employs coded documents, in the form of boxes or windows, in order to convey intended information by means of pencil or ink marks made in specific boxes.
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A Mark Detection System helps to close-the-loop on a defect detection and removal program.
Jimenez said the same set of printers had been used in the past three elections, although the precinct count optical scanners used in the 2010 and 2013 polls did not have the stray mark detection feature.
0 includes an enhanced auto-detect algorithm for up to 30% faster mark detection, supports an expanded cut area outside the registration mark boundary, and supports registration mark sensing embedded within multiple copies.
Ideal for high-speed packaging processes, the SICK KTM achieves fast-paced print mark detection with short response times and tine grey-tone resolution, even where media is shiny.
Systems that may be either camera or sensor based for mark detection, distortion monitoring and length and position control.
Bad mark detection, which is performed using the machine's standard downward-looking camera (also used for fiducials and teaching) and detects a range of marks on various substrates, including flex circuits.
The DK12 is designed to provide reliable reference mark detection in a compact and rugged metal housing.
The Windows-based control software operates on a laptop PC and provides fast-time code/event mark detection and synchronization.
Lynbrook, New York based Optimum Solutions Corporation's revolutionary mark sense technology, widely regarded as the world's fastest and most accurate mark detection software, has again been chosen to be a cornerstone of the 2010 U.
The CJV150 series advanced cutting functions counting continuous registration mark detection to facilitate cutting of an entire roll of media without interruption.