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Quoting "Jaime A. Headden" <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> <10) The paper by Junchang Lui,>
> Lü -- I have the paper before me. That is, on a standard keyboard
> (ASCII), depress and hold ALT, then in sequence, 1, 2, then 9, releasing
> each numeral in order to the next. This gives us "u" with an umlaut.
> Chinese/Japanese/Mongolian typography should read, surprising in a Chinese
> publication otherwise:
> Lü Lunchang, Dong Zhiming, Azuma Yoichi, Barsbold Rinchen, & Tomida
I am aware that "Lu" and "Lü" are different. My question is, is "Liu" merely
the pinyin transcription for "Lü", or are these distinct as well?
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University of Michigan