Chessa, Francesca and Brelstaff, Gavin James (2011) Going beyond Google Translate? In: Proceedings of the 9th ACM SIGCHI Italian Chapter International Conference on Computer-Human Interaction: Facing Complexity, 13-16 september 2011, Alghero, Italy. New York, ACM. ISBN 978-1-4503-0876-2. Conference or Workshop Item.
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We motivate and describe the design and implementation of a web-based system for the alignment of parallel texts. It builds on the interactive color-highlight interface now deployed at Google Translate. By a series of simple point and click operations translators can mark up equivalent text-ranges in their own translation and in the original. When successful, the visual cues created by this activity should benefit the understanding of readers of limited degrees of bilingualism – and, may also capture aspects of semantic context not readily available to algorithmic SMT. We provide a working demonstration that treats poetic texts.
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