ERIC Number: ED344449
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1989
Aspects of Machine-Assisted Translation in Technical Sublanguage Communication.
Technical sublanguages are discussed as a medium for communication between individuals, corporations, and non-commercial organizations. The technical translator's professional activities are regarded as a means for achieving specific goals in communication. Features of languages for specific purposes (LSP) and sublanguages are discussed briefly. Computer-assisted tools intended to ease the burden on technical translators are presented, and experiments at Nokia Telecommunications with a simple implementation of an elementary program for machine-assisted translation are described. In addition, knowledge-based methods for natural language processing are outlined and standards for the evaluation of professional performance in terms immediately related to the communication process are proposed. Contains 48 references. (Author/LB)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
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Note: In: Special Languages and Second Languages: Methodology and Research. No. 47. AFinLA Yearbook 1989; see FL 020 091.