page recognition


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page recognition

Software that recognizes the content of a printed page which has been scanned into the computer. It uses OCR to convert the printed words into computer text and should be able to differentiate text from other elements on the page, such as pictures and captions.
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the technological leader in Advanced Color Page Recognition today announced the availability of PageGenie One-Step Series: "PageGenie.
was founded by a group of top-notched scientists, software engineers and experienced business executives pioneering innovative image recognition technologies that address the most challenging page recognition problems facing scanner users and document capturing system integrators.
The PageGenie 2000 series Unsurpassed Color Page Recognition With Complete Format Retention for Web Page
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0 offers improved page recognition, recognizes documents in eight languages and offers automatic downsampling of images in documents.
0 software uses a combination of OCR, and font and page recognition to convert scanned paper documents into small, fully searchable Portable Document Format (PDF) files that can be viewed directly inside popular Web browsers.
The Capture plug-in supports English, French, German, Italian, Dutch, Swedish, or Spanish documents and uses character, font, and page recognition to create Web-ready files that look exactly like the paper originals.
Its principal product, OmniPage, is the most advanced page recognition software available for use with inexpensive desktops and personal computers.
in Munich, Germany, is a worldwide leader in OCR, page recognition, electronic forms conversion and document management software technology.
Global Village's home page recognition came during an interactive panel discussion at the Brand Tech Forum hosted by CMP Publications Inc.
BUSINESS WIRE)--April 10, 1995--Adobe Systems Incorporated (NASDAQ:ADBE) introduced today Acrobat Capture software for Windows, a powerful page recognition technology that extends the benefits of Adobe Acrobat electronic document software to paper-based documents.
Caere's entrance into the fax market is a natural evolution of our core page recognition technology and is further demonstration of our commitment to bring OCR to a broader market," commented John Migliore, Caere's executive vice president and chief operating officer.