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  1. Sponsored Article: Online Video Advertising - Entering Our Teenage Years

    Enter Nielsen’s Online Campaign Ratings (OCR), comScore’s Validated Campaign Essentials (vCE), and Vindico’s advanced reporting (OpenPixel). The digital video market has entered its adolescence. But even though it’s bigger and stronger, it’s still...

  2. Getting Buy-In Is A Crucial First Step in Enterprise SEO

    Reading text is easy; performing optical character recognition (OCR), or speech-to-text, is hard and they don't do it. The two biggest: Many different groups of people are involved in Web site design and implementation decision-making, so making...

  3. Google Catalogs Goes Offline for Retooling

    Google Catalogs is/was not only useful (save a tree kind of thing) but also a great demo of ocr scanning technology that I would think has some place in the Google Book Search/Google Library Project. In the past 24 hours or so one of Google's most...

  4. Search Engine Forums Spotlight

    OCR is being employed by Google in their push to scan all sorts of books from libraries and such. The Ones That Don't Come Back High Rankings Forum I just can't take on a client that doesn't know what they are doing or has a terrible model.

  5. E-Books Update

    The task will be accomplished by scanning the books and indexing their full text with OCR technology. In the SearchDay article about Google working with libraries, I mentioned Project Gutenberg. This service has been offering eBooks since 1971.

  6. Behind the Scenes at Yahoo Labs, Part 3

    Does Yahoo have any plans to make text searching (inside the image, via OCR) available. I think image search can be improved in a number of ways, and OCR is just one of many possible directions. Dr. Gary Flake is Principal Scientist information is...

  7. Internet History Archives

    Users may also search the text of a DjVu document upon which Optical Character Recognition (OCR) has been performed. I'm an avid fan of the history of the Internet. The Net's history is still relatively under-documented, and though there's a lot of...