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A method is described which uses a storage space, "Dictionary", packag in a microprocessor-based terminal to make the association of a numeric value (Name) with the digital representation of an Ideograph.
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Associative Translation of Ideographic Sets
A method is described which uses a storage space, "Dictionary", packag in a
microprocessor-based terminal to make the association of a numeric value
(Name) with the digital representation of an Ideograph.
Current Ideographic terminals either do not support the full character set or
must interact with a host computer to be loaded with the Ideographic on an as-
needed basis and to be told which Ideographic is to be displayed. The latter
happens even if the character is keyed at the terminal.
The "Associative Translation of Ideographic Set Method" (ATISM) places the
whole character set in the Ideographic terminal and only transmits/receives its 2-
byte Name. The Name and the Ideograph become the two elements in an entry
in the Dictionary.
The drawing shows how the Dictionary is packaged into the
Ideographic terminal and how the Name is used to locate and display
the Ideographic, as well as being the data transmitted/received on
the communications line. This packaging provides the following
distinct advantages: 1. The full Ideographic set is available. 2. The performance is greatly improved through local access to
the Ideographic and no Host action required. 3. The performance is improved through only transmitting/
receiving the 2-byte Name and not the Ideograph. 4. The Ideographic terminal can support any Ideographic set by
changing the Dictionary.
Host Computer to Ideographic Terminal: a. Host Computer sends Name to