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Inventor:
Mizutani; Hiroyuki
Address:
Kanagawa-ken, JP
No. of patents:
2
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8289403 Image processing system October 16, 2012
A recognition object detecting portion detects a recognition object existing in each of images which are captured in series at different time points by a camera. Images of the detected recognition object are stored in a memory. A recognition object condition judging portion determines
7233697 Character recognition device and a method therefor June 19, 2007
The present invention relates to an optical character recognition device (OCR) for reading a form provided with character frames in reading fields, into which a user fills each character. Characteristic vectors are extracted from the character images of each frame. A number of charac










 
 
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