A Machine Learning Approach to the Identification of Translational Language : an Inquiry into Translationese Learning Models

@inproceedings{Ilisei2013AML,
  title={A Machine Learning Approach to the Identification of Translational Language : an Inquiry into Translationese Learning Models},
  author={Iustina-Narcisa Ilisei},
  year={2013}
}
  • Iustina-Narcisa Ilisei
  • Published 2013
In the field of Descriptive Translation Studies, translationese refers to the specific traits that characterise the language used in translations. While translationese has been often investigated to illustrate that translational language is different from non-translational language, scholars have also proposed a set of hypotheses which may characterise such differences. In the quest for the validation of these hypotheses, embracing corpus-based techniques had a well-known impact in the domain… CONTINUE READING
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