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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcursivecur‧sive /ˈkɜːsɪv $ ˈkɜːr-/ adjective  WRITEwritten in a style of writing with the letters joined together cursive scriptcursively adverb
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cursiveRecognition of cursive handwriting is especially prone to errors due to the difficulty of determining the correct segmentation of a word.Likewise, in cursive handwriting it is often difficult to determine where one letter stops and another starts.Further details of printed character recognition systems are not included here in order to concentrate on cursive handwriting systems.Furthermore, with cursive handwriting, words are difficult to segment into the constituent letters.Handwritten text, either cursive or hand-printed, is much more difficult to recognise than printed text.The recognition of cursive script is much more difficult because several characters can be written with a single stroke.Wright's system for cursive script recognition has efficient low-level processing but relies on a dictionary and higher level linguistic processing.Elastic curve matching has also been applied to cursive script recognition.
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