A sign/abbreviation for "magister"
Janusz S. Bień via Unicode
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Mon Oct 29 05:43:57 CDT 2018
On Mon, Oct 29 2018 at 7:57 GMT, James Kass wrote:
> Janusz S. Bień asked,
>> Do you claim that in the ground-truth for HWR the
>> squiggle and raising doesn't matter?
> Not me!
I know, sorry if my previous mail was confusing.
> "McCoy", "M=ͨCoy", and "M-ͨCoy" are three different ways of
> writing the same surname. If I were entering plain text data from an
> old post card, I'd try to keep the data as close to the source as
> possible. Because that would be my purpose. Others might have
> different purposes. As you state, it depends on the intention. But,
> if there were an existing plain text convention I'd be inclined to use
> it. Conventions allow for the possibility of interchange, direct
> encoding would ensure it.
Janusz S. Bien
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