Adapting the Concept of "Translation Memory" to "Authoring Memory" for a Controlled Language Writing Environment

  title={Adapting the Concept of "Translation Memory" to "Authoring Memory" for a Controlled Language Writing Environment},
  author={Jeffrey Allen},
Translation Memory (TM) tools have been a major focus of efforts over the past 1020 years for improving translation and localization productivity. Recent articles have only briefly mentioned the notion of "authoring memory" (AM) tools. This paper discusses in further detail the concept of AM, how such a tool can benefit from a Controlled Language (CL) authoring environment, and how TM and AM should work in tandem with Workflow Management tools. A final discussion is given on potential upcoming… CONTINUE READING

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