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Proceedings of the second Nordic conference on Human-computer interaction - NordiCHI '02
This paper describes an empirical study in which children aged 7 and 8 used handwriting recognition software and hardware to input their own unconstrained text into the computer. The children were observed using the software, and the behaviour of both the children and the system is described. Handwriting recognition is a 'disobedient' technology; that is, it behaves erroneously, sometimes failing to generate correct representations of the child's intentions. This presents problems for thedoi:10.1145/572021.572026 fatcat:sguwdujgl5dupa6y3sb3lzjtoe