CafeTran now supports fuzzy matching of glossary entries too
Thread poster: CafeTran Training

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Local time: 16:08
Mar 18, 2016

For the record: CafeTran now supports fuzzy matching of glossary entries too.

CafeTran already supported fuzzy term matching for terms stored in Fragment Memories, but now you can have fuzzy matching of glossary entries too.

https://cafetran.freshdesk.com/support/discussions/topics/6000034610

It's quite a different implantation as the one from Studio (multi-word terms etc.), but nevertheless: very useful. All depending on your source language, of course. (On second thought: I think that CafeTran's implementation resembles the one used in Transit--where it is called "Morphological reduction").

[Edited at 2016-03-19 05:41 GMT]


 


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