Through OCR, you can extract text from photos or pictures containing alphanumeric text, such as the word \"STOP\" in a stop sign. Through image analysis, you can generate a text representation of an image, such as \"dandelion\" for a photo of a dandelion, or the color \"yellow\". You can also extract metadata about the image, such as its size.
Images are either standalone binary files or embedded in documents (PDF, RTF, and Microsoft application files). A maximum of 1000 images will be extracted from a given document. If there are more than 1000 images in a document, the first 1000 will be extracted and a warning will be generated.
See REST Tutorial: Use REST and AI to generate searchable content from Azure blobs for an example skillset that combines image processing with downstream natural language processing. It shows how to feed skill imaging output into entity recognition and key phrase extraction.
As noted, images are extracted during document cracking and then normalized as a preliminary step. The normalized images are the inputs to any image processing skill, and are always represented in an enriched document tree in either one of two ways:
The following screenshot is an illustration of a PDF that includes text and embedded images. Document cracking detected three embedded images: flock of seagulls, map, eagle. Other text in the example (including titles, headings, and body text) was extracted as text and excluded from image processing.
When the images you want to process are embedded in other files, such as PDF or DOCX, the enrichment pipeline will extract just the images and then pass them to OCR or image analysis for processing. Separation of image from text content occurs during the document cracking phase, and once the images are separated, they remain separate unless you explicitly merge the processed output back into the source text.
The following workflow outlines the process of image extraction, analysis, merging, and how to extend the pipeline to push image-processed output into other text-based skills such as Entity Recognition or Text Translation.
After connecting to the data source, the indexer loads and cracks source documents, extracting images and text, and queuing each content type for processing. An enriched document consisting only of a root node (\"document\") is created.
Optional but recommended if you want search documents to include both text and image-origin text together, Text Merge runs, combining the text representation of those images with the raw text extracted from the file. Text chunks are consolidated into a single large string, where the text is inserted first in the string and then the OCR text output or image tags and captions.
The positive effects of grape seed proanthocyanidin extract (GSPE) on bone health, which is a potent antioxidant, are known but its effects on fracture healing are not sufficiently covered in the literature. This study aims to investigate the effects of GSPE on fracture healing and biomechanics of healing bone.
The 3-Heights PDF Analysis & Repair component detects and repairs corrupted PDF documents in automated processing procedures. It repairs defective or illegible PDF documents or restores them as far as possible. The component analyses PDF documents with regard to PDF specifications and repairs them where indicated. It extracts legible content such as images or page fragments from irreparable documents and saves the data as a new document.
Abstract:The mobile laser scanning (MLS) technique has attracted considerable attention for providing high-density, high-accuracy, unstructured, three-dimensional (3D) geo-referenced point-cloud coverage of the road environment. Recently, there has been an increasing number of applications of MLS in the detection and extraction of urban objects. This paper presents a systematic review of existing MLS related literature. This paper consists of three parts. Part 1 presents a brief overview of the state-of-the-art commercial MLS systems. Part 2 provides a detailed analysis of on-road and off-road information inventory methods, including the detection and extraction of on-road objects (e.g., road surface, road markings, driving lines, and road crack) and off-road objects (e.g., pole-like objects and power lines). Part 3 presents a refined integrated analysis of challenges and future trends. Our review shows that MLS technology is well proven in urban object detection and extraction, since the improvement of hardware and software accelerate the efficiency and accuracy of data collection and processing. When compared to other review papers focusing on MLS applications, we review the state-of-the-art road object detection and extraction methods using MLS data and discuss their performance and applicability. The main contribution of this review demonstrates that the MLS systems are suitable for supporting road asset inventory, ITS-related applications, high-definition maps, and other highly accurate localization services.Keywords: mobile laser scanning (MLS); point cloud; road surface; road marking; driving line; road crack; traffic sign; street light; tree; power line; deep learning
Cocaine (from French: cocaïne, from Spanish: coca, ultimately from Quechua: kúka) is a central nervous system (CNS) stimulant. As an extract it is mainly used recreationally and often illegally for its euphoric effects, but it is Schedule II in the U.S. and recognized for its medical value. It is primarily obtained from the leaves of two Coca species native to South America: Erythroxylum coca and E. novogranatense. These medicinal herbs naturally contain cocaine and have a history of use among indigenous American peoples. After extraction from the plant, and further processing into cocaine hydrochloride (powdered cocaine), the drug is administered by being either snorted, applied topically to the mouth, or dissolved and injected into a vein. It can also then be turned into free base form (crack cocaine), in which it can be heated until sublimated and then the vapours can be inhaled. Cocaine stimulates the reward pathway in the brain. Mental effects may include an intense feeling of happiness, sexual arousal, loss of contact with reality, or agitation. Physical effects may include a fast heart rate, sweating, and dilated pupils. High doses can result in high blood pressure or high body temperature. Effects begin within seconds to minutes of use and last between five and ninety minutes. As cocaine also has numbing and blood vessel constriction properties, it is occasionally used during surgery on the throat or inside of the nose to control pain, bleeding, and vocal cord spasm.
A chemist named Angelo Mariani who read Mantegazza's paper became immediately intrigued with coca and its economic potential. In 1863, Mariani started marketing a wine called Vin Mariani, which had been treated with coca leaves, to become coca wine. The ethanol in wine acted as a solvent and extracted the cocaine from the coca leaves, altering the drink's effect. It contained 6 mg cocaine per ounce of wine, but Vin Mariani which was to be exported contained 7.2 mg per ounce, to compete with the higher cocaine content of similar drinks in the United States. A \"pinch of coca leaves\" was included in John Styth Pemberton's original 1886 recipe for Coca-Cola, though the company began using decocainized leaves in 1906 when the Pure Food and Drug Act was passed.
(3) The term natural flavor or natural flavoring means the essential oil, oleoresin, essence or extractive, protein hydrolysate, distillate, or any product of roasting, heating or enzymolysis, which contains the flavoring constituents derived from a spice, fruit or fruit juice, vegetable or vegetable juice, edible yeast, herb, bark, bud, root, leaf or similar plant material, meat, seafood, poultry, eggs, dairy products, or fermentation products thereof, whose significant function in food is flavoring rather than nutritional. Natural flavors include the natural essence or extractives obtained from plants listed in 182.10, 182.20, 182.40, and 182.50 and part 184 of this chapter, and the substances listed in 172.510 of this chapter.
(5) The term chemical preservative means any chemical that, when added to food, tends to prevent or retard deterioration thereof, but does not include common salt, sugars, vinegars, spices, or oils extracted from spices, substances added to food by direct exposure thereof to wood smoke, or chemicals applied for their insecticidal or herbicidal properties.
Do you think you may already have a cracked tooth Symptoms include sharp, brief pain upon contact with cold substances; pain upon biting; and, sometimes, spontaneous tooth pain.1 You may be able to see a crack or tooth damage when you look in the mirror, or feel damage with your tongue. If you have any of these signs or symptoms, make an appointment with your dentist as soon as possible. The sooner a cracked tooth is properly diagnosed and treated, the better the outcome.
Treatment for a cracked tooth depends on the type, location, and severity of the crack. Craze lines, for instance, usually require no treatment at all, while a crack that extends down the middle of the tooth to the gum line will require immediate attention and a potential extraction.
The first efforts to tap the oil sands resource began in the mid 20th century using hot water to separate bitumen from sand. Since then the process has evolved into the sophisticated methods we use to extract oil today.
The dentist or surgeon will numb the tooth first to make the person more comfortable. While a tooth extraction may still be unpleasant, it can be key for relieving dental pain and preventing future problems.
The person will receive an injection of local anesthetic close to the site of the extraction. This will numb the area so that the person will not feel any pain. The numbness will continue for a few hours after the surgery. 153554b96e