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This is the Unicode normalization from Kelsey and Rees's scheme48.
(map char->integer (string->list "José")) => (74 111 115 233)
(map char->integer (string->list (string-normalize-nfd "José"))) => (74 111 115 101 769)
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Canonical decomposition followed by canonical composition.
Compatibility decomposition followed by canonical composition.
Initial packaging and adapting!