Hello everyone,

It will be helpful if you can explain why the behaviour of external dictionary is not as expected for following scenario,

I am using an external dictionary to support recognition and this is the result before using dictionary

BA1RI0T (As I recognized as 1) LA9REKT CHRISTIAN

I added following words to the dictionary LAURENT BAIRIOT

Result after using dictionary BAIRIOT (Word corrected using dictionary) LA9REKT CHRISTIAN

but why LAURENT was not corrected as it was also added to the dictionary????

Thank You

asked 15 Jul '14, 14:18

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Nitya
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after testing over various files I found that the problem is when there is any digit in the word then it doesn't get replace by the word from dictionary if no digit then easily replaced.

(16 Jul '14, 19:28) Nitya

Hello, Nitya!

In order to investigate this issue could you please send the description of this issue together with the sample project and the source image to support team? Please find the contacts here http://knowledgebase.ocrsdk.com/article/1397. Thank you.

(24 Jul '14, 00:49) Natalia Kara...
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