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Selected Crowdsourced Translation Practices

@inproceedings{MoreraMesa2013SelectedCT,
  title={Selected Crowdsourced Translation Practices},
  author={Aram Morera-Mesa and J. J. Collins and David Filip},
  year={2013}
}
This paper contains research related to workflow and design patterns. It briefly discusses the suitability of industry tools for crowdsourcing processes in terms of workflow pattern support. After listing a number of practices identified by analysing crowdsourced translation workflow models, the paper discusses four of the practices and presents two recommendations based on the scenarios of real crowdsourced translation projects. 
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