Master of Science (MS)
Number of Pages
A survey of the field of Chinese information processing is provided. It covers the following areas: the Chinese writing system, several popular Chinese encoding schemes and code conversions, Chinese keyboard entry methods, Chinese fonts, Chinese operating systems, basic Chinese computing techniques and applications.
Chinese; Information; Processing
Computer science; Languages, Modern
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
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Liu, Yucheng, "Chinese information processing" (1995). UNLV Retrospective Theses & Dissertations. 544.
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