Definitions for "localisation"
The process of converting a document from one language into another. Translation of text is a major part of this. Other things that must be evaluated and possibly modified include analogies, symbols, icons and colours, since their meaning can vary across cultures.
a determination of the location of something; "he got a good fix on the target"
a common mechanism for targeting
Numbers of domains that are thought from SwissProt annotations to be present in different cellular compartments ( cytoplasm, extracellular space, nucleus, and membrane-associated) are shown in annotation pages.
To change a layout and/or text to reflect local preferences. acintosh A brand of personal computer introduced by Apple in January 1984 but still going (reasonably) strong today.
is a phenomenon of, so to speak - local reflection of non-local. As a concept, it is at the core of our sense of Identity within our Description of the World and Ourselves within it. It is also at the core of self-reference that will be further explored at this site. (Please note that we are not addressing here what really is Out There, although my intuition tells me that we might be quite close to it.) Objective/Objectivity should be replaced with Commonly Agreed Description of the World and Ourselves within it or with Out There in some cases.
(physiology) the principle that specific functions have relatively circumscribed locations in some particular part or organ of the body
an active process that depends on the activity of cytoskeletal motor proteins
Same as localization.