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It is necessary to decompose a document into its component parts in order to process these individual components. Their structural analysis, in terms of spatical relationships and logical ordering, is necessary to invoke modules in appropriate order and to integrate the results of the appropriate modules. Text Recognition and Interpretation. It is necessary to recognize words of text, often using lexicons and higher level linguistic and statistical context. The necessity for contextual analysis arises from the fact that it is often impossible to recognize characters and words in isolation, particularly with handwriting and degraded print.
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43.Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence by John G. Webster (Editor)