Where can MT be most successful and what are the best MT engines for various languages?

Jenny Lu


Abstract
CA’s globalization team has a long term goal of reaching fully loaded costs of 10 cents per word. Fully loaded costs include the costs incurred for translation, localization QA, engineering, project management, and overall management. While translation budgets are gradually decreasing and volumes increasing, machine translation becomes an alternative source to produce more with less. This paper describes how CA Technologies tries to accomplish this long term goal with the deployment of MT systems to increase productivity with less cost, in a relatively short time.
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2010.amta-commercial.11
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Proceedings of the 9th Conference of the Association for Machine Translation in the Americas: Commercial MT User Program
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October 31-November 4
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2010
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Denver, Colorado, USA
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Jenny Lu. 2010. Where can MT be most successful and what are the best MT engines for various languages?. In Proceedings of the 9th Conference of the Association for Machine Translation in the Americas: Commercial MT User Program, Denver, Colorado, USA. Association for Machine Translation in the Americas.
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