Predictive translation memory: a mixed-initiative system for human language translation

  title={Predictive translation memory: a mixed-initiative system for human language translation},
  author={Spence Green and Jason Chuang and Jeffrey Heer and Christopher D. Manning},
The standard approach to computer-aided language translation is post-editing: a machine generates a single translation that a human translator corrects. Recent studies have shown this simple technique to be surprisingly effective, yet it underutilizes the complementary strengths of precision-oriented humans and recall-oriented machines. We present Predictive Translation Memory, an interactive, mixed-initiative system for human language translation. Translators build translations incrementally… CONTINUE READING
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