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The number of fonts is indefinitely large and continues to grow. The difficulties of ordering them are associated with a wide variety of possible approaches to their descriptions, and the lack of a single basis for classification is also associated with this. Thus, fonts are grouped according to qualitative features: historical, plastic, purpose, t...
На базе информационного языка RHA, разработанного для разных типов объек- тов, предлагается систематизировать каркасы начертаний знакотипов "Н" раз- ных шрифтов, с назначением каркасу его кода, посредством помещения знакотипа "Н" в стандартизированное окно (ФонтОкно), и последующим расчётом количест- венных характеристик (характеризаций). Совокупно...
The authors propose to systematize the font frameworks of the ''H'' sign types of different fonts on the base of the RHA information language, which has been developed for different types of objects, by assigning a code to the framework by placing the H font in the standardized window (FontWindow), with the subsequent calculation of quantity charac...
Coding and ordering of fonts based on RHA information language – method. We propose a method for coding and ordering of Roman-type fonts after the distinguished "characteristic" letter H as satisfying the requirements of graphic expression for the ratio of face and proportions of different fonts. The following defining characteristics are highligh...
1) Meaningful alphanumeric coding of discrete distributions in the form of four parameters - rank formulas (R), C. Shannon information entropy as entropy of mixing (H), T. Petrov anentropy as information entropy of separation (A), T. Petrov tolerance as information entropy of purification (T). 2) Creation of databases with intensional alphabetical ordering of RHAT codes, with obtaining hierarchical, periodic systems of compositions. 3) Compaction of information on large data volumes in a table – a generalized rank formula reflecting the distribution of components by ranks in the database. 4) Introduction to the study of composition changes in bientropy diagrams (HA, HT) as an adequate means for describing fundamental, after G. Spencer, processes of differentiation and integration, separation and mixing with obtaining phase portraits of the studied processes. 5) The Petros3 software package is the main tool for working by the method is available for free download on the website http://tomaspetrov.ru