[AI] Status on OCR for Indian languages
lsubramani at deccanherald.co.in
Wed Apr 16 09:33:53 EDT 2008
Recently I saw a demo by a IISc professor in Bangalore which suggests
that there hasn't been much headway made in regional language OCR's.
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[mailto:accessindia-bounces at accessindia.org.in] On Behalf Of Prashant
Sent: Wednesday, April 16, 2008 6:34 PM
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Subject: [AI] Status on OCR for Indian languages
Can you please give me your valuable inputs about availability of Indian
language OCR. What is the status on it?
We heard from so many sources that it is developed for this and that
language, etc. But what is the reality?
I tried googling. I was not able to get relevant information but came
a link as http://www.isim.ac.in/RCILCM/index.htm
Rediff Centre for Indian Language Content Management
Brainstorming Workshop on OCR for Indian Languages
16-17 March, 2007, Hotel Regalis, Mysore
I heard c-dac pune / c-dac banglore or I I t have developed Indian
OCR. But what is the status? Is it available to download and use.
has explored it or tried it? How are they? what is their accuracy?
Please help me to consolidate some information on this topic. I request
the list members to share information on this topic. You can share
organisation names and persons those who are involved in this indian
language ocr development work off the list on my personal email id.
Thanks and regards,
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