Finding information in an Image object

Discussion in 'Java' started by George Smith, Feb 24, 2004.

  1. George Smith

    George Smith Guest

    I am trying to find a best practice/pattern/great idea solution to a
    problem.

    My application needs to print a cover sheet that will be scanned in
    with a bunch of pages. Then I need to parse thru the scanned images
    and for each new cover sheet separate the images into different work
    flow situations.

    What is the best way to print the cover sheet with application
    specific information and then be able to "recognize" it during
    parsing?

    I am not sure that I want to go to the extreams of OCR or Bar Code
    decoding and am looking for a simpler method.

    Any one want to offer their 2 cents?

    Thanks!
    -George
    George Smith, Feb 24, 2004
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  2. "George Smith" ...
    ....
    > My application needs to print a cover sheet that will be scanned in
    > with a bunch of pages. Then I need to parse thru the scanned images
    > and for each new cover sheet separate the images into different work
    > flow situations.
    >
    > What is the best way to print the cover sheet with application
    > specific information and then be able to "recognize" it during
    > parsing?


    AI API? Wetware?

    > I am not sure that I want to go to the extreams of OCR or Bar Code
    > decoding and am looking for a simpler method.


    ......simpler than bar codes??

    > Any one want to offer their 2 cents?


    You have bitten off far more
    than you can chew, perhaps 3,
    maybe even 4 cents worth.

    Maybe somebody will wander along
    in a few moments with a sensible
    answer.. I just couldn't resist. ;-)

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    Andrew Thompson, Feb 24, 2004
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