localization

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The state of being localized
The act of localizing
The process in which a program is converted for delivery in a different country Unlike "translation" which connotes a simple re-writing of words, localization includes re-writing for cultural and social differences as well Can we say McTraining?
In stereotaxy the determination of the precise position of the target in terms of the stereotactic coordinates
a determination of the location of something; "he got a good fix on the target
a determination of the location of something; "he got a good fix on the target"
Translating the user interface elements from the original language, usually English, to the target language Contrast Language Enabling
The process of establishing information within a computer system specific to the operation of particular native languages, local customs and coded character sets (XPG3)
The act or process of making a product suitable for use in a particular country or region, typically by translating text into the language of that country or region and, if necessary, ensuring support of other character sets
The adaptation of system software or applications to a particular language or region Localization involves translating strings and providing proper conventions for sorting, date and time formats, currency and measurement units, calendars, numbers, and other culturally specific items such as icons
The process of adapting text and cultural content to specific target audiences in specific locations The process of localization is much broader than just the linguistic process of translation Cultural, content and technical issues must also be taken into account The localization Industry Standards Association (LISA) defines localization as "the process of modifying products or services to account for differences in distinct markets" See www lisa org for more detailed information about the localization process
(Globalization Support Guide; search in this book)
Act of localizing, or state of being localized
(Globalization Support Guide)
The process of providing the data necessary for an internationalized program to work in a particular language
{i} making local, making regional; limiting to a certain location; concentration in a certain location; determination of location of something; (Computers) software localization, adjusting for a certain location, adapting software or hardware for non-native environments and for other countries and cultures (also localisation)
For gamma-ray bursts, the area of the sky from which the burst occurred The smaller the area a telescope is able to pinpoint a burst to, the better the localization
1 In manipulative technique, the precise positioning of the patient and vector application of forces required to produce a desired result; 2 The reference of a sense impression to a particular locality in the body
The psychological process of determining the location from which a sound appears to be originating
The process by which a user interface is adapted to meet the language, cultural and other requirements of a specific geopolitical place or area
Process of adapting a product to meet the linguistic, audiovisual, technical and legal requirements of a foreign market (locale) XTRA uses both the terms "translation" and "localization" to describe the adaptations that a software product must undergo in order to meet the needs of the target culture To us, translation is an integral and essential part of localization, whereas the latter term refers to the adaptation of complex multimedia products, including graphics, audio files and so forth Therefore, by using the term localization as a superordinate concept of translation we are also referring to various aspects of the product that are to be adapted - not simply the texts The "10" in L10N indicates the number of letters abbreviated
The process of providing language-specific or country-specific information and support for programs
The process of adapting software (or hardware) such that it conforms to the expectations of a specific country This often includes rewriting menus and dialogs into the target language, but sometimes involves more complex changes such as handling special character encoding methods Other issues to be addressed are time zones, ways of writing dates and times, currency, and others
The process of adapting an internationalized product to a specific language, script, set of local customs, and coded character set In localization, the semantics are preserved while the syntax may be changed Also known as national language implementation See internationalization
(physiology) the principle that specific functions have relatively circumscribed locations in some particular part or organ of the body
Adaptation of a software package from English to the needs of a foreign country
The process of adapting a computer program for a specific international market, which includes translating the user interface into a foreign language, resizing dialog boxes to fit the new language, customizing features if necessary, and testing results to ensure that the original program still works
L10N Beyond simple translation, localization means that the web page has been adapted to the culture and practices of a specific locale
The customization of a Web site for different countries and/or languages
The process or result of modifying system or application software to support a particular language environment Often this entails making coding decisions based on the particular language supported Localization differs from Internationalization which attempts to remove all references to language from a system or application
The process of designing software to handle location-specific nuances such as input methods, languages, currencies, spelling checkers, and cultural data for regional market requirements without additional modifications This term is commonly abbreviated as L10N because there are 10 letters between the first and last letter in the word
(n ) The development process that customizes software and documentation for use in a specific country or language environment See also internationalization
localization of a fault
pinpointing an obstacle or a mishap
localization of function
(physiology) the principle that specific functions have relatively circumscribed locations in some particular part or organ of the body
Localization.
L10n
cerebral localization
The localization of the control of special functions, as of sight or of the various movements of the body, in special regions of the brain
chromosomal localization
specified location on a chromosome in the context of a karyotype
localize
To make local; to fix in, or assign to, a definite place
localize
To adapt a product for use in a particular country or region, typically by translating text into the language of that country or region and, if necessary, ensuring support of different character sets

We need to localize our software for the Japanese market.

account localization
obtaining information concerning a specific bank account
localisation
a determination of the location of something; "he got a good fix on the target"
localisation
(physiology) the principle that specific functions have relatively circumscribed locations in some particular part or organ of the body
localisation
{i} making local, making regional; limiting to a certain location; concentration in a certain location; determination of location of something; (Computers) software localization, adjusting for a certain location, adapting software or hardware for non-native environments and for other countries and cultures (also localization)
localisation
alternative spelling of localization
localize
To adapt an application to work under various local conditionsespecially to have it use a language selected by the user Localization entails freeing application code from language-specific and culture-specific references and making it able to import localized resources (such as character strings, images, and sounds) For example, an application localized in Spanish would display “Salir” in the application menu In Italian, it would be “Esci,” in German “Verlassen,” and in English “Quit ”
localize
If you localize something, you limit the size of the area that it affects and prevent it from spreading. Few officers thought that a German-Czech war could be localized. = limit
localize
concentrate on a particular place or spot; "The infection has localized in the left eye"
localize
To make local; to fix in, or assign to, a definite place - H. Spencer, Wordsworth
localize
restrict something to a particular area concentrate on a particular place or spot; "The infection has localized in the left eye
localize
To adapt an application to work under various local conditions-especially to have it use a language selected by the user Localization entails freeing application code from language-specific and culture-specific references and making it able to import localized resources (such as character strings, images, and sounds) For example, an application localized in Spanish would display "Salir" in the application menu In Italian, it would be "Esci," in German "Verlassen," and in English "Quit "
localize
Determination of the original position (locus) of a gene or other marker on a chromosome
localize
{f} confine to a particular place; collect in particular place; (Genetics) identify the location of; determine the specific location of a gene within a DNA strand (also localise)
localize
identify the location or place of; "We localized the source of the infection"
localize
Determination of the original position (locus) of a gene or other marker on a chromosome Source : Human Genome Project Information
localize
restrict something to a particular area
localize
lo·cal·ize localizes localizing localized in BRIT, also use localise1. If you localize something, you identify precisely where it is. Examine the painful area carefully in an effort to localize the most tender point. = identify
localize
locate; "The film is set in Africa"
software localization
{i} (Computers) localization, adjusting for a certain location, adapting software or hardware for non-native environments and for other countries and cultures
localization

    Silbentrennung

    lo·cal·i·za·tion

    Türkische aussprache

    lōkılızeyşın

    Aussprache

    /ˌlōkələˈzāsʜən/ /ˌloʊkələˈzeɪʃən/

    Etymologie

    [ 'lO-k&-"lIz ] (verb.) 1792. From localize + -ation; compare French localisation

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