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DBR offers flexible parameters to meet the decoding requirements for different scenarios and requirements. This section will introduce how to choose the appropriate parameter configuration for your project. We will introduce DBR parameters by breaking down the process into the follow five areas:
DBR provides two parameter configuration methods: RuntimeSetting and Json template. For more information, please refer to this article: How to set DBR parameters.
It is a common to set Barcode Format and Expected Barcode Counts for the DBR decoding process. For more information, please refer to this article: How to set the barcode format and the number of barcodes expected to be detected.
Understanding the general flow of the DBR algorithm can help us choose the appropriate parameters for your project. The complete processing process of DBR for images is :
Region Of Interest in the image usually refers to the characteristic area of the image that contains the barcode region that the user is concerned with. This step involves the following:
This step is to locate the barcode region in ROI, mainly including the following steps:
This step will identify and standardize the type of located Barcode Region, including the following steps:
This part includes the following steps:
DBR ‘s returned results include the decoding results and intermediate results. For more information, please refer to this article: How to filter and sort decoding results and How to obtain and use intermediate results.
For more information, please refer to this article: How to control the Terminate Phase.
In addition to common configuration parameters, DBR also provides code-specific configuration parameters which could meet the diverse needs of users. For more information, please refer to this article: Configure parameters for specific barcode formats.
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