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A new alphameric code for Chinese ideographs

Nelson Ling-Sun Chou

A new alphameric code for Chinese ideographs

its evaluation and applications

by Nelson Ling-Sun Chou

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Published .
Written in English


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Statementby Nelson Ling-Sun Chou.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 50100 (P)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationviii, 142 p.
Number of Pages142
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2161366M
LC Control Number88890304

The dog illustration is a pictogram. It also stands for the number 1, in ancient Greece, and even represented Chronos, the god of time, the planet Saturn and the god Saturn in Roman mythology. Many signs in hieroglyphic as well as in cuneiform writing could be used either logographically or phonetically. Pictograms tend to be more literal. The red circle and bar is an ideogram representing the idea of "no" or "not allowed".

So, when you read '2 good 2 B 4 gotten,' it is your knowledge of both English and the rebus principle that allows you to assign meaning to it. Unlike pure ideograms, rebus symbols rely on how a language sounds and are specific to a particular language. It warrants the use of power, excuses behavior and belief which might otherwise be perceived as eccentric or antisocial, and guides behavior and belief into channels easily recognized by a community as acceptable and laudable. Xand road obstruction military. Share this:. Modern scientists say that all the Chinese characters should be called logograms, while the term ideograph can be applied only to part of them.

Wadsworth, The Rebus Principle "When an ideographic system proves too cumbersome and unwieldy, the 'rebus principle' might be employed for greater efficiency. Each ideograph is thus connected to all others as brain cells are llinked by synapses, synchronically in one context at one specific moment. Also called ideograph. For example, the no parking symbol consisting of a black letter P inside a red circle with a slanting red line through it is an ideogram.


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A new alphameric code for Chinese ideographs by Nelson Ling-Sun Chou Download PDF Ebook

Very commonly a Chinese character is called Han ideograph. Richard Nordquist is professor emeritus of rhetoric and English at Georgia Southern University and the author of several university-level grammar and composition textbooks.

Ideograms tend to be less direct representations, and one may have to learn what a particular ideogram means. It represents the idea of no parking abstractly. Wadsworth, The Rebus Principle "When an ideographic system proves too cumbersome and unwieldy, the 'rebus principle' might be employed for greater efficiency.

Barry, Linguistic Perspectives on Language and Education.

Pictographs and Ideographs in Chinese language

For example, the pictorial Dongba symbols without Geba annotation cannot represent the Naxi languagebut are used as a mnemonic for reciting oral literature. In these writing systems, a variety of strategies were employed in the design of logographic symbols. The A new alphameric code for Chinese ideographs book used in rhetorical discourse seem structured in two ways: In isolation, each ideograph has a history, an etymology, such that current meanings of the term are linked to past usages of it diachronically.

Ideograms in the Church of the VisitationJerusalem In proto-writingused for inventories and the like, physical objects are represented by stylized or conventionalized pictures, or pictograms.

Many signs in hieroglyphic as well as in cuneiform writing could be used either logographically or phonetically. So, when you read '2 good 2 B 4 gotten,' it is your knowledge of both English and the rebus principle that allows you to assign meaning to it.

Ideograms are used in some writing systemssuch as Chinese and Japanese. For example, looking for a font for Chinese fonts, one can select Han ideographs as the preferred character map and quickly receive the list of fonts, supporting the necessary characters.

For example, the no parking symbol consisting of a black letter P inside a red circle with a slanting red line through it is an ideogram. Sometimes the word ideogram is used instead of ideograph. In the light of the modern understanding of Old Chinese phonologyresearchers now believe that most of the characters originally classified as semantic compounds have an at least partially phonetic nature.

Greenwood, Pronunciation: ID-eh-o-gram. The rebus principle is an important element in the development of many modern-day writing systems because it is the link to representing the spoken language. The term "ideogram" is often used to describe symbols of writing systems such as Egyptian hieroglyphsSumerian cuneiform and Chinese characters.

Ideographs

The other categories are pictograms, ideogramic compounds, rebus A new alphameric code for Chinese ideographs book, phono-semantic compound characters, and derivative cognates.

For example, if English used the symbol [graphic of an eye] for 'eye,' that would be considered an ideogram. A recent example is the system of Blissymbolswhich was proposed by Charles K. How would this work within the confines of a counterpublics paradigm? Some words denoting abstract concepts may be represented iconically, but most other words are represented using the rebus principle, borrowing a symbol for a similarly-sounding word.Unicode Version CJK Unified Ideographs Code Point Range Block Name Version Characters Characters in Block Unassigned Code Points U+ U+4DB5 CJK Unified Ideographs Extension A 6, U+4DB6.

JOURNAL OF THE ASSOCIATION OF TEACHERS OF JAPANESE 1 55 pictographs, ideographs, compound ideographs, and compound phonetic kanji.

Unfortunately, the author does not explain why she sequenced the stages this way (e.g., why compound ideographs before compound phonetic kanji). Nonetheless, the author makes a good point: By learning 1, MARC 21 Specifications for Record Structure, Character Sets, and Exchange Media Code Table East Asian Ideographs ('Han') December This table contains 13, mappings of character encodings for East Asian ideographs from the East Asian Coded Character set (ANSI/NISO Z, or "EACC", including 10 "Version J" additions that did not appear in the published standard) to character .Ideograph - A graphic character used for the meaning pdf a thing, rather than a word were donated in January This month, we are on track to donate home recent additions webmaster page banners feed a .In addition, the calligraphy that adorns the top of her sleeve, which is based not download pdf pictograms and ideographs incised on jade and oracular bones, as Chinese calligraphy originally was, but is based on Cuban cane stalks, flowers, and fruit, makes the image a syncretic blend of the Chinese and the Cuban and serves as a reminder of the once large Chinese presence in Cuba in comparison to the.Pictorial Chinese-Japanese Characters; ebook New and Fascinating Method to Learn Ideographs [oreste vaccari] on tjarrodbonta.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

In the Introduction, shows the difficulty of kanji learning, and the great necessity for doing so. Following with a description of the book's layoutAuthor: oreste vaccari.