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Last seen on: The Washington Post Crossword – July 23 2018


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Handwriting recognition (HWR) is the ability of a computer to receive and interpret intelligible handwritten input from sources such as paper documents, photographs, touch-screens and other devices. The image of the written text may be sensed “off line” from a piece of paper by optical scanning (optical character recognition) or intelligent word recognition. Alternatively, the movements of the pen tip may be sensed “on line”, for example by a pen-based computer screen surface, a generally easier task as there are more clues available.

Handwriting recognition principally entails optical character recognition.[dubious – discuss] However, a complete handwriting recognition system also handles formatting, performs correct segmentation into characters and finds the most plausible words.

Off-line handwriting recognition involves the automatic conversion of text in an image into letter codes which are usable within computer and text-processing applications. The data obtained by this form is regarded as a static representation of handwriting. Off-line handwriting recognition is comparatively difficult, as different people have different handwriting styles. And, as of today, OCR engines are primarily focused on machine printed text and ICR for hand “printed” (written in capital letters) text.

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