This project hosts:
(1) the Unicode Ontology that aims to represent an important part of the Unicode Standard and
(2) the Texteme ontology that defines the concept of texteme: a generalized textual element.
These ontologies provide the basis for a formal description of written signs not contained in Unicode, but also of text properties that describe new signs or existing Unicode characters. The main idea is to provide an ontological framework upon which written signs (textemes) and their properties can be defined in an open, community-driven manner.
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