Leadtools.Document.Unstructured Introduction

Summary

Leadtools.Document.Unstructured is a high-level .NET SDK document analyzer that harnesses the power of LEAD's image processing technology to intelligently identify document components and features that can be used to recognize and classify scanned documents. The Forms Recognition module can even be used to define recognition boxes for automatic processing of any part of a form.

Used in conjunction with the LEADTOOLS Document SDK's clean-up functionality, which dramatically improves recognition results, the Forms Recognition toolkit can be used to process a list of images, return unique XML data that describes them, and then store and use that data set as a standard for recognizing future digital images.

Leadtools.Document.Unstructured provides a set of classes and interfaces for automated unstructured forms processing. This framework provides a higher level way to use the LEADTOOLS form information extraction within text as well as providing action functionalities. Users can inherit from the framework's interfaces and implement their own custom repositories as well.

All of the above support is provided natively by LEADTOOLS without the need of any 3rd party tools or applications installed on the system.

Supported Environments

Cloud Services

Does your application require document recognition or conversion, but its implementation language is preventing you from using LEADTOOLS directly? Consider using the LEADTOOLS Cloud Services Web API instead. It is a high-powered and scalable Web API. Its hassle-free interface can be used to integrate advanced OCR, barcode, MICR, and document conversion into any application.

See Also

Introduction

Getting Started (Guide to Example Programs)

Document Library Features

Version History

Leadtools.Document.Unstructured Assembly Changes

Help Version 21.0.2020.8.28
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