The Design of a Unicode Font

@article{Bigelow1993TheDO,
  title={The Design of a Unicode Font},
  author={Charles A. Bigelow and Kris Holmes},
  journal={Electronic Publishing},
  year={1993},
  volume={6},
  pages={289-305}
}
The international scope of computing, digital information interchange, and electronic publishing has created a need for world-wide character encoding standards. Unicode is a comprehensive standard designed to meet such a need. To be readable by humans, character codes require fonts that provide visual images — glyphs — corresponding to the codes. The design of a font developed to provide a portion of the Unicode standard is described and discussed. 

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