[Latingp] Latin, Cyrillic and Greek string similarity

Dillon, Chris c.dillon at ucl.ac.uk
Wed Sep 23 10:02:47 UTC 2015

Dear Mirjana,

Thank you for the example.

Latin and Cyrillic contain many Homoglyphs and are clearly not Separable.

Incidentally, we also need to concern ourselves with acronyms, mnemonics and words with no meaning, as all could occur as applications for gTLDs.


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From: latingp-bounces at icann.org [mailto:latingp-bounces at icann.org] On Behalf Of Mirjana Tasic
Sent: 22 September 2015 19:53
To: LatinGP at icann.org
Subject: [Latingp] Latin, Cyrillic and Greek string similarity

Dear all,

here is the example I submitted in some discussions on LGR procedures.

One word that has a meaning in Serbian, is represented using three different scripts.

Best regards

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