Java OCR is a suite of pure java libraries for image processing and character recognition. Small memory footprint and lack of external dependencies makes it suitable for android development. Provides modular structure for easier deployment
- Cross Platform
- 100% Java
- Graphical User Interface
- suitable for android
1. I tried with already available code on sourceforge but had problem with TrainingImage objects. Later i downloaded the source code and compiled them to run example OCRScannerDemo to get the follwing error: java.io.IOException: Expected to decode 94 characters but actually decoded 95 characters in training: ./ascii.png at net.sourceforge.javaocr.ocrPlugins.mseOCR.TrainingImageLoader.load(TrainingImageLoader.java:91) at net.sourceforge.javaocr.ocrPlugins.mseOCR.TrainingImageLoader.load(TrainingImageLoader.java:72) at net.sourceforge.javaocr.ocrPlugins.OCRDemo.OCRScannerDemo.loadTrainingImages(OCRScannerDemo.java:63) at net.sourceforge.javaocr.ocrPlugins.OCRDemo.OCRScannerDemo.main(OCRScannerDemo.java:163) After this i lost hope on this package. Any help would be appriciated. 2. Can we really use this library for android development as it uses AWT and ImageIO?
no one seems to care about this project. no doc, no examples
HI team, I am facing problem that after scanning it shows only empty blank that of how many char in a row or line. I am unable to get the chars which in images. Pleas help me.
The documentation is non-existent, there are compilation errors using the library, and one of the most required methods for adding training images (getTrainingImageHashMap()) is set to private. The example code posted by Rob Cranfill two years ago is the only example set I could find, and even it doesn't work. Don't waste your time like I did with this.
Very poor documentation, and apparently the "support" is nonexistent.