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Codeline Data Matching of Rejects on a Reader Sorter

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000113456D
Original Publication Date: 1994-Aug-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Mar-27
Document File: 2 page(s) / 48K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Related People

Schroeder, LE: AUTHOR

Abstract

Codeline Data Match of Rejects is a method that allows for the reprocessing of previously rejected items on a check reader sorter. Codeline Data Match of Rejects uses the previously read data and any corrected data provided by the user to facilitate the codeline data matching of the rejects to the previous read data from that item. This allows for rehandling of the previously rejected item without repairing the paper first.

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Codeline Data Matching of Rejects on a Reader Sorter

      Codeline Data Match of Rejects is a method that allows for the
reprocessing of previously rejected items on a check reader sorter.
Codeline Data Match of Rejects uses the previously read data and any
corrected data provided by the user to facilitate the codeline data
matching of the rejects to the previous read data from that item.
This allows for rehandling of the previously rejected item without
repairing the paper first.

      Codeline Data Match of Rejects is a process where by reject
items are re-passed on a check reader sorter.  Instead of just trying
to read them, Codeline Data Match of Rejects tries to match what was
just read to the previously read or corrected data.  In addition it
allows the user to do power encoding of the items being processed.
Unlike High Speed Reject Reentry, Codeline Data Match of Rejects
provides all the necessary functions to reprocess rejects.  HSRR only
allows for reading previously rejected work hoping to read it
correctly and hence remove it from the reject pocket.

      This solution combines a number of functions currently used in
existing check processing systems.  This includes the ability to
match the current read data from a check to the previously read data
from the same check, the ability to use both the previously read data
and the corrected data for the match up, the ability to manipulate
the original and the corrected data to maximize the chances of...