Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
The purpose for the World Wide Web – Common Communication Language (W3-CCL) is to allow internet users around the world communicate using a single common language. This common language is based on images / symbols and other known communication tactics such as Sign Language, Ancient Egyptian Language, etc. The W3- CCL is to be used in building sites’ contents, chatting, sending messages / e-mails, and any information sharing related operations on the internet. The scope of this project is limited to W3-CCL proof of concept via building an e-commerce website for a specific domain; moreover, the W3-CCL usage will be limited to displaying messages, help with form filling, etc. Success of the project is measured by having internet users, with different language backgrounds, be able to browse the website without the need for localization.
Ali, Mohamed, "World Wide Web – Common Communication Language" (2009). Master's Projects. Paper 71.