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Usability: How much is too much?

In our last post on usability, we briefly touched on Machine Translation’s role in the matter and the tools that can be useful to achieve a desired final product. This time, we will focus more on the types of contents or contexts  in which machine translation (MT) is more appropriate and effective standing fornent the […]

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Localization World 2013 in London

A Global Get-Together Part II Dublin was an excellent start, but we still had to experience the thrill of being in a more crowded space attending sessions on tons of different subjects to choose from. We caught our flight and, in no time, there we were: London’s LocWorld! At Localization World´s  Hammersmith venue we had […]

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Evaluating SymEval

SymEval is a tool written in Python for measuring the effort invested in the Post-Editing (PE) process. It reports the edit distance between segments in two different translations using the Levenshtein algorithm. To test SymEval we first prepared four TMX files. The first one had the source and the result of translating it with an […]

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