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CATaLog Online: Porting a Post-editing Tool to the Web

  title={CATaLog Online: Porting a Post-editing Tool to the Web},
  author={Santanu Pal and Marcos Zampieri and Sudip Kumar Naskar and Tapas Nayak and Mihaela Vela and Josef van Genabith},
This paper presents CATaLog online, a new web-based MT and TM post-editing tool. CATaLog online is a freeware software that can be used through a web browser and it requires only a simple registration. The tool features a number of editing and log functions similar to the desktop version of CATaLog enhanced with several new features that we describe in detail in this paper. CATaLog online is designed to allow users to post-edit both translation memory segments as well as machine translation… 
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    Proceedings of the 59th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics and the 11th International Joint Conference on Natural Language Processing: System Demonstrations
  • 2021
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