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Author O'Brien, Sharon, 1969-
Title Post-editing of Machine Translation : Processes and Applications.
Imprint Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014.

Author O'Brien, Sharon, 1969-
Subject Machine translating -- Congresses.
Alt Name Winther Balling, Laura.
Carl, Michael.
Simard, Michel.
Specia, Lucia.
Description 1 online resource (338 pages)
Note Print version record.
Summary Post-editing is possibly the oldest form of human-machine cooperation for translation. It has been a common practice for just about as long as operational machine translation systems have existed. Recently, however, there has been a surge of interest in post-editing among the wider user community, partly due to the increasing quality of machine translation output, but also to the availability of free, reliable software for both machine translation and post-editing. As a result, the practices ...
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references at the end of each chapters.
Note English.
Contents TABLE OF CONTENTS -- FOREWORD -- INTRODUCTION -- PART I -- CHAPTER ONE -- CHAPTER TWO -- CHAPTER THREE -- PART II -- CHAPTER FOUR -- CHAPTER FIVE -- CHAPTER SIX -- CHAPTER SEVEN -- CHAPTER EIGHT -- CHAPTER NINE -- CHAPTER TEN -- CHAPTER ELEVEN -- PART III -- CHAPTER TWELVE -- CHAPTER THIRTEEN.
ISBN 9781443857970
1443857971
9781443854764
144385476X
OCLC # 875097192
Additional Format Print version: O'Brien, Sharon. Post-editing of Machine Translation : Processes and Applications. Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, ©2014 9781443854764


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