From: Julian Bradfield (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Nov 17 2008 - 07:35:11 CST
The Unicode Book describes the criteria for Han unification in terms
of a "two-level classification". Unfortunately, it doesn't explain
what the "two-level" means - does it mean the two dimensions of
abstract and actual shape, or does it mean that the ideograph
component tree is only examined for the top two levels?
In particular, I don't understand the 6th row of Table 12-5.
Why do the characters have the same abstract shape, when one has a
Claw radical and the other doesn't - they even have different indexing
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