Also published as: Gábor Hodasz
The paper gives an overview of the evaluation methods of memory-based translation systems: Translation Memories (TM) and Example Based Machine Translation (EBMT) systems. After a short comparison with the well-discussed methods of evaluation of Machine Translation (MT) Systems we give a brief overview of current methodology on memory-based applications. We propose a new aspect, which takes the content of memory into account: a measure to describe the correspondence between the memory and the current segment to translate. We also offer a brief survey of a linguistically enriched translation memory on which these new methods will be tested.
Translation memory as a robust example-based translation system
Gábor Hodász | Tamás Grőbler | Balázs Kis
Proceedings of the 9th EAMT Workshop: Broadening horizons of machine translation and its applications