From: John Burger (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Feb 11 2005 - 18:56:34 CST
>> It seems to me that it should be possible to determine automatically,
>> with high accuracy, which glyphs in a particular font are near-
>> homographic - it's essentially a specialized kind of OCR. The Unicode
>> tables provide a head-start on this.
> How so?
I presume you're asking about my head-start comment, rather than the
OCR idea. I just meant that the equivalence mappings, etc., provide a
clue that some characters are similar in appearance to others.
To my surprise the code charts do not seem to indicate that Cyrillic
and Latin "a" are related. There is clearly an embarrassing gap in my
understanding here - what am I missing?
- John Burger
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