Statistical Approaches to Computer-Assisted Translation

@article{Barrachina2009StatisticalAT,
  title={Statistical Approaches to Computer-Assisted Translation},
  author={Sergio Barrachina and Oliver Bender and Francisco Casacuberta and Jorge Civera and Elsa Cubel and Shahram Khadivi and Antonio L. Lagarda and Hermann Ney and Jes{\'u}s Tom{\'a}s and Enrique Vidal and Juan Miguel Vilar},
  journal={Computational Linguistics},
  year={2009},
  volume={35},
  pages={3-28}
}
Current machine translation (MT) systems are still not perfect. In practice, the output from these systems needs to be edited to correct errors. A way of increasing the productivity of the whole translation process (MT plus human work) is to incorporate the human correction activities within the translation process itself, thereby shifting the MT paradigm to that of computer-assisted translation. This model entails an iterative process in which the human translator activity is included in the… CONTINUE READING
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