Multi-Script and Multi-Language bibliographic databases: some Japanese perspectives
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This paper, based on research visits made during 1996, examines the provision of multi-language and multi-script bibliographic databases in Japan, concentrating particularly on the university and public library sector. It discusses issues in multi-script database creation, describes sample implementations and examines prospects for future development.
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