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The OCRopus Open Source System
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Written by Jenny Curtis   
Friday, 09 April 2010

           OCRopus is an open source Optical Character Recognition system which allows easy evaluation as well as reuse of the OCR components by researchers and companies. OCRopus uses the Apache 2 license, which allows contributions to be used commercially.

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64-bit Support Added to Barcode Xpress SDK
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Written by Jenny Curtis   
Thursday, 28 January 2010

           Accusoft Pegasus has released the Barcode Xpress v6 SDK, which providies new support for 64-bit applications. With Barcode Xpress SDK software engineers are able to automate workflows, easily index documents, and integrate into their applications barcode reading and writing.

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Tesseract OCR Engine
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Written by Jenny Curtis   
Friday, 15 January 2010

         Tesseract is a free optical character recognition engine, originally developed as proprietary software by Hewlett-Packard, and later revived by Google.  It is one of the oldest engines of its kind, as it was first developed between 1985 and 1994.

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ABBYY Announces New SDK for Data Capture Integration
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Written by Jenny Curtis   
Wednesday, 22 April 2009

          ABBYY, a company specialized in document recognition, data capture and linguistic software, released FlexiCapture Engine 8.0. The new solution is a software development kit (SDK) for integrating data and document capture technologies in Windows-based applications.

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