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TransType2: The Last Word

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At this session of the NLIP Reading Group we’ll be discussing the following paper:

Elliott Macklovitch. 2006. TransType2: The Last Word. In Proceedings of LREC -06.

Abstract: This paper presents the results of the usability evaluations that were conducted within TransType2, an international R&D project the goal of which was to develop a novel approach to interactive machine translation. We briefly sketch the TransType system and then describe the methodology that we elaborated for the five rounds of user trials that were held on the premises of two translation agencies over the last eighteen months of the project. We provide the productivity results posted by the six translators who tested the system and we also discuss some of the non-quantitative factors which influenced the users’ reaction to TransType.

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