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You can use of combination of ChronoScan + NemakiWare. ChronoScan is compatible with TWAIN scanners, ADF or not. It can push scanned documents to any CMIS server. NemakiWare is a CMIS server availab …
answered Jul 18 '18 by Nicolas Raoul
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There is a library for this: TesseractOCR for PHP https://github.com/thiagoalessio/tesseract-ocr-for-php Using Tesseract under the hood, which is probably the best open source OCR library. It is open source, and cross-platform. No web service, everything is done on your server. …
answered Feb 12 '14 by Nicolas Raoul
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upload documents and organize them using folders/categories/tags/aspects/metadata as you like (you don't have to use all of these, you can use only folders and tagging for instance). Set up OCR by … following https://community.alfresco.com/blogs/alfresco-premier-services/2017/10/11/indexing-image-in-alfresco-with-tesseract-ocr You can now search documents (PNG, BMP, JPEG, GIF, TIFF, PDF) by their …
answered Mar 27 '18 by Nicolas Raoul
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Designed for printed (not handwritten) text, so accuracy might suffer even for digits only, but anyway: From the FAQ of Tesseract: How do I recognize only digits? In 2.03 and above: Us …
answered Jan 7 '16 by Nicolas Raoul
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queXF is an Open Source, web based paper form verification and data entry system: It requires you to first express your paper-printed form in the queXML format. queXF then uses this "schema" to re …
answered Oct 8 '14 by Nicolas Raoul
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I have successfully used Tesseract for Optical Character Recognition, on Ubuntu. It is free, open source and maintained by Google. While not bad with Latin characters and numbers, it struggles with …
answered Feb 10 '14 by Nicolas Raoul
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metadata fields). You can integrate Tesseract OCR into Alfresco. Here is the technical procedure (for PDF but you can adapt for JPG): http://www.seedim.com.au/content/alfresco-search-pdf-images-using … -transformations-and-tesseract-ocr Once this is done, you have an OCR "action". The next step is to have this action executed on any JPG that gets uploaded. You can easily do that by creating an …
answered Jul 20 '17 by Nicolas Raoul