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Old 11-04-2007, 12:12 AM   #9
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Developing a decent OCR program from scratch is a Master's thesis or PhD level project (according to my professor). I think I could do it now. But if it's worth that much I want to get the full value.
Makes sense. It sounds like what you're working on could be a good clean-up phase before OCR, too.

Too bad you're not also a robotics student-- we really need a cheaper page-turning scanbot!
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