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Pattern-lab

Pattern-lab is a pattern recognition program. It is optimized for OCR, but not constrained to it. The method used is mainly 'pattern matching'. Separation of merged patterns is one of the main goals. It is currently under development.

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  •  03 Jan 2014 20:10

    Release Notes: Migration to GTK3 was made, and some minor bugs were fixed.

    •  06 Jul 2013 17:59

      Release Notes: This release is for minor bugfixes. The preferences toolkit handling is simplified, and rectangle decomposition is improved.

      Release Notes: This release is mainly for updating to the latest GTK2+ version. The toolkit settings can be stored into preferences and are callable by batch jobs for tests. A minimal enclosing circle calculation is included, as well as a simple rectangle decomposition on pattern contours.

      •  09 May 2009 21:25

      Release Notes: The new SIHA method for visual marker detection has been implemented.

      •  09 Nov 2008 07:30

      Release Notes: This release offers a new feature: vision marker detection, including barcodes by CiRaTeFi (invariant to rotation and scale). Bugs were also fixed.

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