WWW10 Internationalization Track
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I1 Wednesday, May 2 10:30-12:00
Multilingual Web Site Creation and Management Session Chair: Bert Bos, W3C/INRIA
  • Building a Global Ready e-Business Application
    -Clement Lai Tang-Hoi and Kenneth Tang Sai-Kit, Oracle Corporation
  • Techniques for Building a Web Site for an Internationalized Financial Institution
    -Susan Izumi, IBM
  • Management of Non-Centralized Evolution of Parallel Multilingual Documents
    -Abdel-Basset Al Assimi and Christian Boitet, Institut d'Informatique et de Mathématiques Appliquées de Grenoble, France
I2 Wednesday, May 2 14:30-16:00
Regional and Linguistic Perspectives Session Chair: Håkon Wium Lie, Opera Software
  • The Internet: An Arab perspective
    -Charles Shaban, TAGI
  • WWW in Vietnamese and some other languages
    -Lam Quang Nam, Training Support Center, Management Board of Hoa Lac Hi-Tech Park (HHTP), Vietnam
  • Presyntactic Transformations for the Internationalization of XML Documents
    -Julien Quint, Institut d'Informatique et de Mathématiques Appliquées de Grenoble, France
I3 Wednesday, May 2 16:30-18:00
Locales and Multilingual Naming Session Chair: Tex Texin, Progress Software
  • Locale Detection, Representation and Use in Multilingual Web Content Delivery
    -Eric White and Puhong You, Vignette Corporation
  • Multilingual Domain Names & Email Addresses
    -Edmon Chung, David Leung, and Jim Lam, Neteka Inc.
  • Human-Friendly Naming Systems for the Multilingual Web
    -Yves Arrouye, RealNames Corporation
IN4 Thursday, May 3 10:30-12:00
Panel: Multilingual Identifiers Panel Moderator: Martin J. Dürst, W3C/Keio University

Multilingual Domain Names, Internationalized Resource Identifiers, and other topics have attracted attention recently. The pannel will discuss questions such as: Are multilingual identifiers needed? How can they be integrated into the current infrastructure? How do they work together? What interests are at stake, what players are around?


  • Yves Arrouye, RealNames Corporation
  • Larry Masinter, Adobe Systems Incorporated
  • James Seng, i-DNS.net

Last Updated: May 1, 2001