From: Christoph Päper (email@example.com)
Date: Sat May 15 2010 - 06:54:31 CDT
Considering the CJK Ideograph Fragments thread, do you think that someone could successfully (and therefore should) propose to encode the building blocks of the roman alphabet?
I ask because some scholars have shown that our letter forms are not completely arbitrary.[Primus2004] Someone might want to write about these featural components, someone else might want to create a new systematic letter based upon them. Both would need some, perhaps differing sort of encoding support.
Primus, Beatrice (2004): A featural analysis of the Modern Roman Alphabet.
/Written Language and Literacy/, 7.2, 235–274.
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