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Organisation and Exploitation of Terminological Knowledge in Software Localisation

@inproceedings{Karkaletsis1995OrganisationAE,
  title={Organisation and Exploitation of Terminological Knowledge in Software Localisation},
  author={Vangelis Karkaletsis and Constantine D. Spyropoulos and George A. Vouros and Constantin Halatsis},
  year={1995}
}
This paper presents an architecture for organising terminological knowledge of software applications and a methodology for setting up the corresponding terminological knowledge base. This organisation of terminological knowledge assists several activities during software internationalisation and localisation such as writing, translation and message generation and it also facilitates the adaptation of terminological knowledge when new versions of the software application are created. 
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