Anubis - Speeding Up Computer-Aided Translation

@inproceedings{Jaworski2013AnubisS,
  title={Anubis - Speeding Up Computer-Aided Translation},
  author={Rafal Jaworski},
  booktitle={Computational Linguistics - Applications},
  year={2013}
}
In this paper, the idea of Computer-Aided Translation is first introduced and a modern approach to CAT is then presented. Next, we provide a more detailed description of one of the state-of-art CAT systems memoQ. Then, the author’s approach to the idea the Anubis system is described and evaluated. While Anubis is comparable to memoQ in terms of the precision of provided translation memory matches, it outperforms memoQ when it comes to the speed of searching the translation memory. In the… CONTINUE READING
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