The Altaic language family is a proposed language family that includes several language groups, such as Turkic, Mongolic, and Tungusic. Optical character recognition (OCR) software can be used to recognize and transcribe text written in these languages.
OCR software uses algorithms to analyze an image of printed or handwritten text and convert it into editable and searchable text. While OCR software can be used for any language, it may require additional training data and language-specific models to accurately recognize Altaic languages.
There are several OCR software options available for Altaic languages, including commercial software such as ABBYY FineReader and Readiris, as well as open-source software such as Tesseract OCR. Some of these software may require additional language packs or modules to recognize Altaic languages.
It’s worth noting that OCR software may not always produce 100% accurate results, especially if the original text is of poor quality or contains non-standard characters or fonts. It’s always a good idea to manually review the output of OCR software to ensure accuracy.