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Sentence Alignment as the Basis For Translation Memory Database
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Sentence alignment represents the basis for computer-assisted translation (CAT), terminology management, term extraction, word alignment and cross-linguistic information retrieval. Expand
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Translation Memory Database in the Translation Process
Translation memory (TM) today widely used Computer-Assisted Translation (CAT) tool, based on matching of source and target language segments is intended for future reuse of already translated domainExpand
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Why machine-assisted translation (MAT) tools for Croatian?
  • S. Seljan, D. Pavuna
  • Computer Science
  • 28th International Conference on Information…
  • 9 October 2006
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Necessity for machine-assisted translation (MAT) has become obvious in multinational companies, professional societies, in government agencies, in EU etc. Expand
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Experimental electronic structure and Fermi-surface instability of the correlated 3d sulphide BaVS_3
The correlated $3d$ sulphide BaVS_3 exhibits an interesting coexistence of one-dimensional and three-dimensional properties. Our experiments determine the electronic band structure and shed new lightExpand
High-Tc superconductivity: new issues from photoemission data
Recent high-resolution photoemission results on high-T-c superconductors and other low-dimensional systems solve some critical issues but also open new fundamental questions. A recent breakthroughExpand
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Properties of high-Tc cuprates: some recent results and open questions
Thirteen years ago, late in 1986, several groups confirmed striking claims of the famous paper by Bednorz and Muller [see Z Phys. B, vol.64, p.189 (1986)] that announced the discovery of high-TcExpand
Photoemission Experiments on High-Tc Superconductors: Recent Progress and Some Open Questions
We summarize some of the main results on photoemission spectroscopy in the field of high-Tc superconductivity, beginning with a discussion of several open questions. We then briefly analyze ourExpand
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