Typography Behind the Arabetic Calligraphy Veil
ABSTRACT In the change from scriptural writing systems to textual mechanical systems and most recently to digital, computer generated text, some languages and their typographic representations have…
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ABSTRACT The histories and practices of Arabic calligraphy and Arabic typography are richly intertwined, and this paper explores the narratives in which Arabic letter designers situate their work. It…
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Through the open design of the Mutamathil type style, the past restrictive, calligraphy-based, Arabetic typography is overcome and a more progressive development path is established.
Expand Abulhab was born in Sacramento, California, and grew up in Iraq. He has been involved since 1992 in the fields of Arabic computing and Arabic font design New York: Pantheon Books.
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Many papers have been concerned with the recognition of Latin, Chinese and Japanese characters. However, although almost...
Character Segmentation Scheme for OCR System: For Myanmar Printed Documents
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Automatic machine-printed Optical Characters or texts Recognizers (OCR) are highly desirable for a multitude of modern I...
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