home > library > publications > relationship description among kanji variants by topic maps

close subject identifiers for Relationship description among Kanji variants by topic maps
  • http://www.topicmapslab.de/publications/relationship_description_among_kanji_variants_by_topic_maps
Kanji

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.

Authors

Yuta Takahashi

No contact information available. 

Signet_person

Yuta is author of Relationship description.. .

Yuki Adachi

No contact information available. 

Signet_person

Yuki is author of Relationship description.. .

Yushi Komachi

No contact information available. 

Signet_p

Yushi is author of Topic maps supported.. , Relationship description.. , and Presentation and description.. .

Presented at

Asian Topic Maps Summit 2007

Conference at {{start}}

Atoms

Topic Maps is a family of ISO standards for identifying, classifying, and organizing information/knowledge and for improving its findability. …

Visit homepage of Asian Topic Maps ...

 

Follow us on Twitter

maiana

In Musica migrans we mapped the life courses of musicians in the 19th century. Topic Maps provides us the flexibility we need to model the diversity in the lives of the artists.

Foto_lutz
Lutz Maicher
Musica Migrans
practical-semantics.com
Topic Maps Lab auf der Cebit 2011
Partners

Graduate from the Topic Maps Lab

onotoa