Veronica Lawson

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The problems which attract machine translation developers are not necessarily those that loom large in practice. Only by exercising a system on large quantities of normal text, as at Georgetown in the 1950s, can it be made to reflect the needs of customers. After a brief historical summary, the relationship between practice and development is explored with(More)
1. M a s t e r m a n Margaret Masterman, director of the Cambridge Language Research Unit, has died at 75 after a long illness, just as work at the Unit seemed to be confirming some of her far-reaching ideas about language (Williams 1986). She had founded CLRU after recognizing in the mid-fifties tha t advances in computers were making automatic translation(More)
While this journal will be concerned with all aspects of the interaction between translating and the computer, a primary interest will be machine translation (MT). 1 Within this, the area of practical MT (as opposed to research and theory) is under-represented in the literature, and is developing rapidly. For readers who want a general "map" of the area,(More)
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