Bi-text : toward a new generation of support tools for translation and terminology / Pierre Isabelle.: Co28-1/105-1993E-PDF
"Existing translator's workstations still provide very little support for the central and defining aspects of the translator's task. The concept of bi-text is shown to open entirely new possibilities for such workstations. A bi-text is a pair of texts (a source and its translation) linked by a set of explicit translational correspondences. If translations are organized into bi-texts, a translation department's output can become a veritable corporate memory whose riches can be tapped using tools such as bilingual concordancing systems. Bi-text representations also provide the foundation for translation critiquing tools, capable, for example, of detecting the presence of deceptive cognates (faux amis) in a translation. Algorithms have already been developed to automatically produce a (partial) bi-text representation of a text and its translation. CITI is currently developing prototype concordancing and translation critiquing tools"--Abstract.
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|Department/Agency|| Canada. Industry and Science Canada. |
Centre for Information Technologies Innovation (Canada).
|Title||Bi-text : toward a new generation of support tools for translation and terminology / Pierre Isabelle.|
|Other language editions||[French]|
|Note(s)|| Issued also in French under title: La bi-textualité : vers une nouvelle génération d'aides à la traduction et la terminologie. |
Digitized edition from print [produced by Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada].
Includes bibliographical references.
Also available in print format.
Includes abstract in French.
|Publishing information|| Laval : Industry and Science Canada, Centre for Information Technologies Innovation, 1993. |
|Author / Contributor||Isabelle, Pierre, author.|
|Description||1 online resource (29 pages)|
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