1. Articles in category: Machine Translation

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    1. Learning translation relationships among words

      A parallel bilingual training corpus is parsed into its content words. Word association scores for each pair of content words consisting of a word of language L1 that occurs in a sentence aligned in the bilingual corpus to a sentence of language L2 in which the other word occurs. A pair of words is considered "linked" in a pair of aligned sentences if one of the words is the most highly associated, of all the words in its sentence, with the other word. The occurrence of compounds is hypothesized in the training data by identifying maximal, connected sets of linked ...
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    2. Albert Branchadell and Lovell Margaret West (eds): Less Translated Languages

      Albert Branchadell and Lovell Margaret West (eds): Less Translated Languages Content Type Journal Article Category Book review DOI 10.1007/s10590-007-9030-1 Authors Michael Cronin, Dublin City University Dublin 9 Ireland Journal Machine Translation Online ISSN 1573-0573 Print ISSN 0922-6567
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    3. Power shifts in web-based translation memory

      Abstract   Web-based translation memory (TM) is a recent and little-studied development that is changing the way localisation projects are conducted. This article looks at the technology that allows for the sharing of TM databases over the internet to find out how it shapes the translator’s working environment. It shows that so-called pre-translation—until now the standard way for clients to manage translation tasks with freelancers—is giving way to web-interactive translation. Thus, rather than interacting with their own desktop databases as before, translators now interface with each other through server-based translation memories, so that a newly entered term or ...
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    4. Gartner identifies seven grand challenges facing IT

      STAMFORD, USA: Many of the emerging technologies that will be entering the market in 2033 are already known in some form in 2008, according to Gartner, Inc . Many of the innovations that will unfold during the next 25 years can be found today in research papers, patents, or are in a prototype in production.
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