From: Hans Aberg (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed May 25 2005 - 13:00:57 CDT
At 18:57 +0200 2005/05/25, JFC (Jefsey) Morfin wrote:
>Many human information are carried through different "languages"
>than those supported by words and characters.
>Are they characters or terms? How to code their meanings and
>representation? Is there a way to sort them? How register them for
Unicode is restricted to registering abstract characters. But if you
can pin down a human activity in terms of characters, usable for
printing, it might be registered with Unicode. For example, Unicode
contains notes of music. Similarly, notes are used in dance or car
rally driving. If these were formalized enough, I guess they might be
added to the Unicode character set as well. Similarly if symbols were
developed for say movie and theater scripts, expressing basic human
emotions, then that could be added. And so on.
-- Hans Aberg
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