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In recent years, Japanese primary and secondary schools have started conducting calligraphy classes, but such classes have been in decline due to a decreasing number of teachers. Moreover, it is difficult for students to improve their skills because an insufficient amount of time is allotted to the learning of calligraphy. A system for automatically evaluating each written character could potentially solve this problem, helping students to improve their calligraphy on their own, even without adoi:10.5687/iscie.32.327 fatcat:dgwk65owtrctbfiu4tk3mscanm