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Title: Further development of ZYQ : a three-staged coding series for Chinese character input
Other Titles: 进一步的“正易全” - 三级汉字编码输入法
Authors: Zhang, X 
Keywords: Computer application
Chinese information processing
Chinese character input
Form-based character coding
Stroke group
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: 中国中文信息学会 ; 北京信息工程学院
Source: 中文信息学报 (Journal of Chinese information processing), 2005, v. 19, no. 1, p. 98-104 How to cite?
Journal: 中文信息学报 (Journal of Chinese information processing) 
Abstract: 本文报告“正易全”汉字输入法的新进展。从整体上来讲 ,正易全已发展成为全字笔顺、全字笔组和2 2 1笔组三级输入法系列。前两级简单灵活 ,键选率极低 ,方便大字集查检 ;第三级在常用字和通用字中表现极佳 ,适合日常快速打字。在编码技术上 ,多笔笔组码元的选用、单结构的定义和多结构字的二部划分等方面都作了进一步的简化、系统化和规律化。此外 ,码表在GB130 0 0 1字符集的基础上增加了 116 4个港澳台地区用字或字形。
The ZYQ Chinese character input method has been developed into a three-staged series including the whole-character stroke order method, the whole-character stroke group method and the 221 stroke group method. The first two methods are simple and effective for Chinese character retrieval on large character sets, while the third method is more suitable to normal typing and writing at higher speed. Technically, further simplification, systemization and regularization has been applied to the selection of multi-stroke coding units, the definition of structural components and the bi-segmentation of multi-component Chinese characters. In addition, the coded Chinese character set has been extended to include 1164 characters specific to regions of Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macao.
ISSN: 1003-0077
Rights: © 2005 中国学术期刊电子杂志出版社。本内容的使用仅限于教育、科研之目的。
© 2005 China Academic Journal Electronic Publishing House. It is to be used strictly for educational and research purposes.
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