stroke edge

stroke edge

[′strōk ‚ej]
(computer science)
In character recognition, a continuous line, straight or otherwise, which traces the outermost part of intersection of the stroke along the two sides of its greatest dimension.
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Playing over their home course was an advantage but Woodsome Hall's quartet of Dyson, Richard Holt, Adam Durie and Graham Cox had only a single stroke edge on Bradley Hall in the final analysis.
An hour later he returned to miss it, a birdie four earning him a 63 and a two- stroke edge over McDowell.
Their two under par 70 gave them a one stroke edge on South Bradford's Paul Cooke and David Faulkner, with Outlane's David Chapman and Mick Riley, two shots back on 73, after three times three-putting.
Users can even add brush stroke edges to their photos for an additional effect.