OCR and Medieval Manuscripts: Establishing a Baseline

Pseudo-Marcellus Passio Petri et Pauli in Modern Printed Edition and Weissenburg 48. [Edit: Interested in more about OCR with medieval manuscripts? Check out this more recent post.] Introduction Optical Character Recognition (OCR) software has increasingly been a part of scholarship, particularly in digital humanities. For example, it is fundamental to the Google Books project (which … Continue reading OCR and Medieval Manuscripts: Establishing a Baseline