MyScript Cloud is an HTTP-based set of services, providing handwriting recognition. It is based on a REST architecture and also on WebSocket networking that use the MyScript recognition engine in a client-server configuration. It can be used to provide handwriting recognition in many software applications, whether they are deployed on the Internet, desktops, or mobile devices. MyScript supports 64 languages in cursive script and 97 in isolated character mode, across 11 different scripts) (including Chinese, Japanese, Hebrew, and Cyrillic characters). MyScript can also recognize mathematical equations, geometric shapes, and music notation.
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