AI. Form Recognizer. Training Namespace
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Contains general information about the Form Recognizer resource, such as the number of models and account limits.
Authorization for copying a custom model into the target Form Recognizer resource.
Tracks the status of a long-running operation for copying a custom model into a target Form Recognizer resource.
Tracks the status of a long-running operation for creating a composed model from a collection of existing models trained with labels.
Tracks the status of a long-running operation for creating a custom model.
Represents a model trained from custom forms.
Represents a field that a model will extract from forms it analyzes. A form field includes a name unique to the submodel, a field label representing the label of the field on the form, and, if a model was trained with training-time labels, an estimated accuracy for recognition of the field.
Describes a model trained in a Cognitive Services Account and its status.
Properties of a model, such as whether the model is a composed model or not.
Represents a submodel that extracts fields from a specific type of form.
The client to use to connect with the Form Recognizer Azure Cognitive Service to train models from custom forms. It also supports listing, copying, and deleting trained models, creating composed models, and accessing account properties.
Report for a custom model training document.
Filter to apply to the documents in the source path for training.
Tracks the status of a long-running operation for training a model from a collection of custom forms.
The set of options that can be specified when calling the training method to configure the behavior of the request. For example, set a filter to apply to the documents in the source path for training.
Describes the status of a custom model.
Describes the status of a training operation.