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Qui-ne-faut

This is the first alpha release of Qui-ne-faut, an Optical Character Recognition (OCR) filter written for gcc. It extracts individual characters by computing their outlines, providing a very robust, multi-purpose bitmap-to-outline routine, easily reusable. Characters feed a classification tree to perform actual recognition.

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  •  09 Feb 1999 23:13

    Release Notes: First alpha release

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    17 Jun 2000 16:55 nihil

    I've found a copy on google
    I've found a copy of quinefaut at:
    http://web.mit.edu/afs/sipb.mit.edu/user/jhawk/src/

    I'll put up a copy of it somewhere at:
    http://ftp.iteso.mx/GNULinux
    ftp://ftp.iteso.mx/pub/GNULinux

    viva la GPL

    12 Jan 2000 06:38 whitemice

    Gone.
    This package appears to have moved on into the next world. The web server now says no such account as ~michon exists. I tried this several months ago, and while it's output resembled a ground squirrel on the inter-state under a 27 car pile up, it was promising and had a very interesting architecture.

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