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Arabic text justification
Mohamed A. Jamal, Eddine Benatia, +1 author A. Lazrek
Published 2006
Art
Justification of Latin script based texts is carried out by handling of hyphenation and insertion of inter-word glue, which can be stretched or shrunk to some extent. Due to the cursive nature of… Expand
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