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IBM history of far Eastern languages in computing. Part 1. Requirements and initial phonetic product solutions in the 1960s

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This article begins a three-part series, presenting an overview of events in IBM that preceded today's versatility in handling Far Eastern languages in the IT arena. Here, Part 1 analyzes the complexities and characteristics of the Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Thai, and other Far Eastern languages in the context of 1960s technologies and early IT products that emerged.

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IEEE Annals of the History of Computing  (Volume:27 ,  Issue: 1 )