Don't know. I ssem to remember reading somewhere that some versions can be trained. It gives you a series of Boxes A, B,C etc and you write your version into the box. It then uses that as a comparison library for reading your work. And they are pretty good at guessing at approximations.
Tried one of the free on-line demos.. not so good.. your image translated to this:
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But.. it's not one of the trainable versions. Most warn they are not able to translate hand written docs..
But.. Some new ones claim that feature.
Try this one: (read my warning below before trying link)http://www.cvisiontech.com/library/ocr/ocr-pdf/ocr-software-handwriting-recognition.html
It probably allows you to download a free limited use version to see if you want to buy it.
Do so at your own risk. Some free stuff out there may have a virus or (more likely) modify your browser to pass information to marketing people about what your are looking at.
There is more than one out there.. just Goggle for "OCR handwritten Demo".
I usually don't download such from minor companies. Big name ones like Adobe are usually trustworthy if you know for a fact.. it really is Adobe and not a pretender. Open Source Code sites are usually ok if they have good reviews and offer original unmodified code.
Good luck and Happy Holidays,