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    ISO 9984

    ISO 9984

    What is ISO 9984 Conversion of Georgian characters into Roman characters

    The Georgian script has been used to write the Georgian language since the 5th century. The old Georgian script is hard to read, and not always include all of the letters in the alphabet. It also requires a deep knowledge of the Georgian language to understand what it’s saying.

    ISO 9984 Conversion of Georgian characters what it is

    ISO 9984 is an international standard that defines a method for converting Georgian characters into Roman characters. The standard was published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) in 2016.

    The ISO 9984 standard is based on the work of the Unicode Consortium, which is an international organization that works to standardize computer text encoding. The Unicode Standard provides a way to represent most of the world’s writing systems in a single character set.

    The ISO 9984 standard defines two methods for converting Georgian characters into Roman characters:

    – The first method is called the “direct” method, and it involves simply mapping each Georgian character to its corresponding Roman character.

    – The second method is called the ” transliteration” method, and it involves converting the sounds of the Georgian characters into the sounds of their Roman counterparts.

    The direct method is the simplest way to convert Georgian characters into Roman characters, but it is not always accurate. The transliteration method is more accurate, but it can be more difficult to understand and use.

    Which method you choose will depend on your needs and preferences. If you need to convert Georgian text into Roman text for storage or transmission, you may want to use

    Standards for romanization of Georgian

    There are several standards for romanizing Georgian characters. The most common standard is GOST 16876-71, which was developed by the Soviet Union. This standard is used in Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus.

    Another common standard is ISO 9:1995, which was developed by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). This standard is used in many countries, including the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom.

    The most important difference between these two standards is the way they represent certain Georgian characters. For example, GOST 16876-71 represents the character “ლ” as “l”, while ISO 9:1995 represents it as “ll”. This can cause confusion when trying to read or write Georgian words using Roman characters.

    Why Soviet Georgian alphabet was replaced by Cyrillic?

    Problems with Russian romanization system for Georgian language

    1. The Russian romanization system for the Georgian language has several problems. First of all, it does not use the standard ISO 9:1995 characters for Romanization of Georgian. Instead, it uses a mix of Latin and Cyrillic characters. This can be confusing for people who are not familiar with the Georgian language.

    2. Secondly, the Russian romanization system is not very consistent. For example, the letter კ is sometimes written as k’ and sometimes as k”. This can make it difficult to read and understand texts that have been romanized using this system.

    3. Finally, the Russian romanization system is not very user-friendly. It is designed for use by linguists and other experts, rather than by everyday users of the Georgian language.

    Unofficial systems of romanization

    1. Unofficial systems of romanization

    There are many unofficial systems of romanization for Georgian characters. These are typically used for transliteration, when the goal is to represent the sounds of the Georgian language using the Latin alphabet. There is no one standard way to do this, so there are many different systems in use.

    2. Official system of romanization

    The official system of romanization for Georgian was developed by the National Agency for Standards and Metrology (GUM). It is based on the international standard ISO 9:1995. The GUM system is intended for use in all situations where a consistent and unambiguous representation of Georgian characters is needed, such as in dictionaries, books, and other publications.

    Moving from Cyrillic to Latin: the needs and problems

    Conclusion

    The ISO 995 standard provides a simple way to convert Georgian characters into Roman characters. This is helpful for people who want to use Georgian characters but don’t have access to a Georgian keyboard. The ISO 995 standard is also helpful for people who want to create documents that can be read by people who speak different languages.

    If you need more support with ISO 9984, please contact us at +91-8595603096 or support@pacificcert.com