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    Matlab/Octave code/technique for making thin lines from thicker lines

    I want to convert thick bold lines, curves e.g., letters and digits to their thinner possible form. These digits, curves are saved as images in thick black lines with white background.
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    Re: Matlab/Octave code/technique for making thin lines from thicker lines

    You're not really saying what kind of result you want, and/or how near to the ideal you want things to be.

    Do you want an outer outline ? an inner outline ? An average ? A weighted curve ? Something else ?
    are there guarantees/input about the size and slant of the used pen tip ? Do you know what they are ? Is it the Original "gesture path" you want to try to recreate ?
    or do you just care about "recognizing" the input and converting it to tekst (OCR ?). I'm sort of assuming this because the thin and thick B in the provided image are not "the same", they're both B's, but they're written differently.

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