Software for the rest of the world
Yeo, A. & Barbour, R. H. (1996). Software for the rest of the world. (Working paper 96/02). Hamilton, New Zealand: University of Waikato, Department of Computer Science.
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A survey is made of facets of the process of providing software across national and cultural boundaries. Internationalisation (i18n), localisation (1 10n) and globalisation (g11n) are identified as three descriptors for recent Information Technology developments in this field. Current practice and advice for successfully providing software in places other than countries and cultures of origin is reported. Suggestions for further work are made in the light of the survey.
- 1996 Working Papers