PRINTOUTS

Brand Owner (click to sort) Address Description
AUTO GRAPH HAMILTON TEST SYSTEMS, INC. AIRPORT ROAD
WINDSOR LOCKS CT 06096
PRINTOUT FORMS FOR ENGINE TEST RESULTS
ECLIPSE Eclipse Laboratory Automation B.V. 14, Gerbrandyplein
3332 XD Zwijndrecht
NL
registered computer programs and printouts of ...
EMAGINEERED SOLUTIONS Emagineered Solutions, Inc 527 NW Elm Ave, Suite 3-405
Redmond OR 97756
Office supplies, pens, business cards, letterhead, ...
INTEL LOOK INSIDE Intel Corporation 2200 Mission College Boulevard
Santa Clara CA 950528119
COMPUTER NETWORK MANAGEMENT SERVICES, MONITORING OF ...
INTEL SPONSORS OF TOMORROW Intel Corporation 2200 Mission College Boulevard
Santa Clara CA 95052
Computer network management services, monitoring of ...
LOOK INSIDE Intel Corporation 2200 Mission College Boulevard
Santa Clara CA 950528119
COMPUTER NETWORK MANAGEMENT SERVICES, MONITORING OF ...
NATIONAL TENANT NETWORK National Tenant Network, Inc. 525 SW First, Suite 105
Lake Oswego OR 97034
information services, providing reports, printouts, electronic ...
NTN DECISIONPOINT National Tenant Network, Inc. 525 SW First, Suite 105
Lake Oswego OR 97034
Real property information services, providing a ...
PAPMAP NeoPath, Inc. 1750 112th Avenue N.E.
Suite B-101
Bellevue WA 98004
printouts featuring results obtained from an ...
PAPMAP Neopath, Inc. 8271 - 154th Avenue N.E.
Redmond WA 98052
printouts featuring results obtained from an ...
POSTA ROMANA Compania Nationala Posta Româna S.A. B-dul Dacia nr. 140 etaj PRO
Romania
Postal transfer and postal activities for ...
 

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Technical Examples
  1. A system and method for verifying a printed document. Generally, the system is implemented to automatically compare first and second images and provide an output with respect thereto. In an illustrative embodiment, the inventive system includes a computer for providing a first electronic image of a document. The image may be provided via a network such as the Internet. A printer is coupled to the computer and driven to print the document. The document is then scanned to provide a second electronic image of the document. The scanned image is then compared to the original image to provide verification of the printed output. For text based documents, the first and second images may be converted to text using conventional optical character recognition software to facilitate comparison. In a refinement of the present teachings, a mechanism is provided to detect a file characterization by which a restriction may be imposed on the number of the documents to be printed. If a document is restricted, successful printouts above the restriction are disabled. As a further refinement, a second mechanism is included to enable a fingerprint to be printed on the restricted document. When scanned, the fingerprint provides an indication of the operability of the printer and the scanner. In the event the fingerprint is not detected, the printer is disabled. This mechanism would be useful in a pay-to-print application to frustrate fraudulent efforts to disable the scanner and thereby cause the printer to output unauthorized printouts.