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Efficient processing of non-reflow content in a digital image










Image Number 7 for United States Patent #7961987.

A computer system and method for efficiently processing a digital image into reflow content is presented. The method comprises each of the following as executed on a computer. A digital image is obtained for processing. The digital image includes at least some content suitable for conversion into reflow content. The digital image is processed into a digital content file. The digital content file includes both reflow content and non-reflow blocks of content. For each non-reflow block of content in the digital content file, the following are performed. A confidence rating is determined for the non-reflow block of content. If the confidence rating for the non-reflow block of content falls below a predetermined threshold, an evaluation of the non-reflow block is triggered.








 
 
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