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A Web Redirection Service for Variant Chinese Domain Name Resolution

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A Web Redirection Service for Variant Chinese Domain Name Resolution
Many efforts in past years have been made to lower the linguistic barriers for non-native English speakers to access the Internet. IDNA [2] focuses on access to Internationalized Domain Names (IDN) in a range of scripts that is broader in scope than the original ASCII. However, the use of character variants that have similar appearances and/or interpretations could create confusion. A variant IDL (Internationalized Domain Label), derived from an IDL by replacing some characters with their variants, should match the original IDL. In JET Guidelines [6], it is suggested that zone administrators model this concept of equivalence as an atomic IDL package that contains the variant IDLs generated according to the Language Variant Tables (LVT). In addition to the registered IDL, some of the variant IDLs are activated and stored in the zone files and thus become resolvable. However, an issue of scalability arises when the number of the activated variant IDLs is large. In this paper, we present...
Jeng-Wei Lin, Li-Ming Tseng, Jan-Ming Ho, Feipei L
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where ICITA
Authors Jeng-Wei Lin, Li-Ming Tseng, Jan-Ming Ho, Feipei Lai
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