Jack Cain - Multilingual E-Data Solutions
September 15, 2000.
Jack Cain is a professional librarian and linguist with extensive experience in the application of non-Roman scripts to computer applications. A pioneer in the application of non-Roman scripts in the library automation field, Mr. Cain developed a Chinese, Japanese, Korean character set of 50,000 characters in a unified and expandable collating sequence, before the advent of Unicode.
Mr. Cain has served as a member of the Unicode linguistic review team on han unification.
For the past two years, he has applied his expertise and experience to the Canadian Arctic territory of Nunavut, focusing on the implementation of Canadian aboriginal syllabic characters for the Inuktitut language in all government applications.As Chief Linguist for Multedata, Jack is responsible for the linguistic analysis and design that is incorporated in our products and services.
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