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 Internationalization and localization at opensource encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Internationalization and localization both are means of adapting products such as publications or software for non-native environments, especially other nations.
Internationalization is sometimes abbreviated as I18N (the '18' refers to the 18 inner letters) and localization is abbreviated as L10N (the 10 refers to the 10 inner letters).
Also, as an alternative to economic globalization, localization has been used to describe the process of concentrating production of goods nearer their end-users, rather than wherever the lowest costs are.
www.wiki.tatet.com /Internationalization_and_localization.html   (394 words)

  
 :: Computers :: Software :: Globalization :: Localization   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Localisation Industry Standard Association - LISA is the premier organization for the globalization, internationalization, and localization industries (GIL), providing best practice, business guidelines, and multilingual communication standards.
Localisation Resources Centre - The Localisation Resources Centre is the research and support centre for the Irish-based localisation industry.
FT Article on Localization - Multilingual websites widen the way to a new online world: The dominance of English on the internet is set to decline as companies realise that to leverage the full value of their sites in global markets they need to approach customers in their own language, writes Julian Perkin
www.localadsearch.com /Computers/Software/Globalization/Localization   (552 words)

  
 biology - Nuclear localization signal
A nuclear localizing signal (NLS) is a peptide "tag" on the exposed surface of a protein that interacts with nuclear membrane proteins to confine the polypeptide to a cell's nucleus.
Genetically the NLS results from transcription of a nuclear localizing sequence.
Cellular processes and protein function may be studied by adding a known NLS sequence to a gene, confining the chimeric protein product to the nucleus.
www.biologydaily.com /biology/Nuclear_localization_signal   (119 words)

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