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System and method for information management using handwritten identifiers










Image Number 6 for United States Patent #7840571.

The method discloses: scanning an original copy of a handwritten identifier; comparing the identifier to a set of prerecorded identifiers; adding the identifier to the set of prerecorded identifiers, if the identifier shares less than a predetermined similarity with any identifier within the set of prerecorded identifiers; linking the identifier to a set of information; scanning the original copy a second time; matching the second scan of the original copy with the first scan of the original copy; and retrieving the set of information in response to the matching. The system discloses: a computer system; a handwritten identifier; an imaging device for scanning an original copy of a handwritten identifier; an image processing and matching module for comparing the identifier to a set of prerecorded identifiers; a linking module for linking the identifier to a set of information.








 
 
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