Devices for reading handwritten characters

@inproceedings{Dimond1957DevicesFR,
  title={Devices for reading handwritten characters},
  author={Tristram Dimond},
  booktitle={IRE-ACM-AIEE '57 (Eastern)},
  year={1957}
}
  • T. Dimond
  • Published in IRE-ACM-AIEE '57 (Eastern) 30 December 1899
  • Computer Science
In the last five years, much thought and effort have gone into the development of printed character-recognition devices. Varying degrees of success have been achieved. In some cases, ingeniously distorted type faces have been required. One might wonder why all this interest exists. The answer is simple. Character-recognition devices help reduce the substantial cost of getting information into forms that computers can understand. 
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