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A Personal Prescription Management System Employing Optical Character Recognition Technique
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A Personal Prescription Management System Employing Optical Character Recognition Technique
Kim, Jae-wan; Kim, Sang-tae; Yoon, Jun-yong; Joo, Yang-Ick;
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We have implemented a personal prescription management system which enables resource-limited mobile device to utilize the optical character recognition technique. The system enables us to automatically detect and recognize the text in the personal prescription by using a optical character recognition technique. We improved the recognition rate over a pre-processing in order to improve the character recognition rate of the original method. The examples such as a personal prescription management service, alarm service, and drug information service with mobile devices have been demonstrated by using the our system.
Personal Prescription Management;Optical Character Recognition;
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