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WORD SEARCHING DEVICE. PART II.

Author: THOMPSON RAMO WOOLDRIDGE INC CANOGA PARK CALIF.
Publisher: Ft. Belvoir Defense Technical Information Center 23 SEP 1961.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Additional work directed towards recognition of complete words is reported. It is shown that such systems are unattractive because of the extremely severe tolerance requirements to effect a satisfactory match. The basic conclusion of the report is that a word searching device utilizing letter-by-letter recognition appears most promising. The system would have four basis units: (1) a text scanner incorporating a high  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: THOMPSON RAMO WOOLDRIDGE INC CANOGA PARK CALIF.
OCLC Number: 227268122
Description: 1 p.

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Additional work directed towards recognition of complete words is reported. It is shown that such systems are unattractive because of the extremely severe tolerance requirements to effect a satisfactory match. The basic conclusion of the report is that a word searching device utilizing letter-by-letter recognition appears most promising. The system would have four basis units: (1) a text scanner incorporating a high resolution flying spot scanner and a suitable electronic servo to permit following lines of text; (2) a letter recognizer with associated logic having a learning capability; a word detector utilizing a transparency that can be marked by grease pencil to the code of the desired key words and associated scanner, photomultiplier and logic to detect occurrences of the key words; and (4) a read-out recorder to display the occurrences of the key words for study to determine possible interest. A simplified version of the word searcher is described which would show feasibility of all of the novel elements of the proposed system. (Author).

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