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8th International Multitopic Conference, 2004. Proceedings of INMIC 2004.
Localization of regional languages is a very hot topic these days. Availability of local fonts in this respect is considered a major pre-requisite. This has lead to an information revolution over the globe. Urdu, being a widely spoken language all over the world, needs to be automated in computers and in this regard, a lot of research work is on its way. This paper reflects upon the complexities of justification features in Nastaleeq style of writing Urdu. It further elaborates the problemdoi:10.1109/inmic.2004.1492951 fatcat:mlsrdzr2v5bg3nen5jy5hhve5e