Implementation of Korean and Chinese characters through computer
Kim, Chong Hae
Ko, Sung Woo
Zyda, Michael J.
Jones, Carl R.
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Methods of representing Korean and Chinese characters are presented, using a limited number of keystrokes on a standard keyboard. Various attempts have been made to find the most efficient way to represent these characters such as enumeration methods, 16-bit coding" for Korean character syllables, and the meaning and the sound method for Chinese characters. Details of these are explained with a brief introduction to some general properties of Korean and Chinese characters currently used in Korea.
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