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INTRODUCTION ABOUT OMR. INDEX  Concept/Definition  Form Design  Scanners & Software  Storage  Accuracy  OMR Advantages  Commercial Suppliers.

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1 INTRODUCTION ABOUT OMR

2 INDEX  Concept/Definition  Form Design  Scanners & Software  Storage  Accuracy  OMR Advantages  Commercial Suppliers

3 DEFINITION OF OMR  Optical Mark Recognition is the process of reading the marked data from a card or an OMR document using a computer software application and a scanning device.  While scanning the document it keeps several factors in count like, thickness and design pattern of the document.  OMR system can maintain the secrecy and confidentiality by keeping the transparency.  The scanning of OMR can avoid the huge data entry and manual readings.  Optical Mark Recognition (OMR) system can expedite the result processing.

4 OMR FORMS  Reads the marked information in the form of numbers or letters and stores it into the computer.  The marks have to be precisely located on the document so that the scanner can detect and process them accurately.

5 OMR FORMS  An OMR works with a specialized document and contains timing tracks along one edge of the form to indicate scanner where to read for marks which look like black boxes on the top or bottom of a form.

6 OMR FORMS  Timing tracks indicate where to read for marks and indicate where to clip images.

7 OMR SCANNER & SOFTWARE  Scanners have specifically placed LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes).  LEDs sense optical marks in certain columns by contrasting reflectivity, once a timing track is detected.  Software interprets the output from the scanner and translates it to the desired format.

8 OMR SCANNER & SOFTWARE Scanner Characteristics:  Scan speed of 30 to 150 pages per min.  Optical data captures from both the pages  of the Sheet (Duplex scan)  Error detection & display  Software Characteristics:  Performing specific functions such as,  File conversion,  Data extraction, and  File read/ write commands

9 OMR STORAGE CHARACTERISTICS  Barcodes : For Identification of forms OMR Marks and Barcodes are read and moved directly into a database management system (e.g. SQL) then to a census database.  Images are not normally scanned and stored in OMR.  Images can also be stored in the form of scanned documents.

10 OMR ACCURACY  OMR is the fastest & most accurate of data collection technologies. To achieve high accuracy, well structured design and good quality printing of these forms is critical.  If the timing track and the bubbles on the form are not in the exact columns where the LEDs in the read head can detect them(Skew), there is no way for the scanner to read the marks (Float).

11 OMR ADVANTAGES  The bar coded answer book can improve the fairness and transparency in evaluation of the examination evaluation system.  It is speedy, using minimum processing power to process forms for scanning,  It consistently provides unmatched accuracy while scanning  The data, Workshop st_  Costs are predictable and defined.  OMR capture speeds range around 3000 to 4000 forms per hour.  This activity can be controlled and processed by a single PC workstation, which can handle any volume of scanning and the data can be generated.

12 THANK YOU!


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