MT "improved" AA
Thread poster: xxx2nl
| | xxx2nl
Local time: 10:47
As of now, CafeTran offers Machine Translation "improved" Auto-assembling. I use double quotes here because I'm still not convinced of any advantages of MT (see the recent discussion in the MT forum).
Besides this, you can also send manually made selections of your source segment to any supported MT engine (currently Google Translate, Microsoft Translate and MyMemory).
[Edited at 2014-05-30 13:29 GMT]
| Déjà Vu's DeepMiner || May 31, 2014 |
Michael Beijer wrote:
Perhaps this is a question for Dominique: Is CafeTran possibly the first CAT tool to copy Déjà Vu’s ‘Deep Miner’ feature? I use copy loosely because I have no idea how either of them actually work, under the hood.
Yes, to my knowledge, no other tools use MT to "improve" assembled stuff. The following blog post gives a pretty good description of the options available in Déjà Vu (this is for DVX2, this may have been further enhanced in DVX3):
As to the value of assembling stuff, you know my stance on the matter
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