Many structural pattern recognition methods use straight line segments
as features. Others depend on the ability to identify a stroke, or a
curve drawn with a single pen down and a single pen up motion. Here a
method is presented for identifying linear strokes that does not depend
on a structural thinning step. It can be used for character and symbol
recognition, and the features can be connected to form curves.
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