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Scanner Certification Tool for the Standardization of Digitized Documents: Focusing on Target Factors and Measurement Programs
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 Title & Authors
Scanner Certification Tool for the Standardization of Digitized Documents: Focusing on Target Factors and Measurement Programs
Park, Hyung-Ju; Har, Dong-Hwan;
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 Abstract
Scanners play an important role in digitally reproducing the color and imaging of original documents used in public offices; however, the current system lacks a standard for digitized documents created by scanners, complicating efforts to create a digitized system. In particular, macrography cannot guarantee the accuracy and reliability of digitalized color documents, pictures, and photographs created by scanners. To this end, we develop a standardized evaluation tool and test target to certify digitalized documents created by a scanner in the domestic environment. In this study, we enhance the accuracy and reliability of scanned data to create an advanced standard evaluation tool for scanners. Moreover, to produce a scanner certification standard, we overcome existing problems related to the growing market. We anticipate that this new standard will see a high degree of application in the current environment.
 Keywords
scanner;standardization;target;documentation;
 Language
English
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