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Hello Everyone.......
i am doing B tech and i have made a major project.
I want to design a optical character recognition(OCR)
yet i have no idea.
so please tell me about that.
can we design it in Java?
Or
we have to use other tools like MatLab.

If you have any idea about any other good project then please suggest me.
 
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Are you to implement everything by hand or are you allowed to use third party librarys?
OpenCV may be something worth mentioning.
 
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Sir Petermann,
i have maximum 2 month,so according to this tell me which one is possible.
And give me some detail.
 
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I guess they both are.
Its simply a choice of where you want to go.
If you want to learn more about javacv/opencv or matlab.
I guess that its way easier in matlab.
But in java you would be able to integrate it more easily in other applications.
As I said just guesswork. I worked only with opencv so far.
 
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OK sir,
can you guide me to develop the project as you have already worked in this field.
so tell me
-where to start.
-what is the requirement etc.

And thanks for the above information..
 
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According to your suggestion i would like to use Java.
as i have no idea about Matlab.
 
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Gursewak Singh wrote:-what is the requirement


You need to tell us that. What would you like your project to do ?
 
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Mr. Neal it will recognize the character based on its pattern.
 
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Gursewak Singh wrote:Mr. Neal ...


Recommended reading http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joanne
 
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you can call matlab from java, but not vice versa, so the choice is forced:)

 
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OK Rossi,
have you any more knowledge about this topic?

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