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Relationship description among Kanji variants by topic maps

Presentation, was published by Yuta Takahashi, Yuki Adachi, and Yushi Komachi at 2007-12-12

This paper describes the relationship between Kanji variantsusing topic maps technology.

IPSJ-TS 0008 clarifies and specifies the complicated variants relationship of Kanji characters. This paper describes the variants relationship specified in the IPSJ-TS 0008 using topic maps technology and tries to show a visible representation of the relationship by some topic map tools.

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Yuta Takahashi

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Yuki Adachi

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Yushi Komachi

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