postediting


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postediting

(ˌpəʊstˈɛdɪtɪŋ)
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(Journalism & Publishing) the act of editing after a piece of writing has been produced or printed by a machine
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The practice of postediting the results of machine translation has been employed for over half a century.
To sum up, human evaluation results give us an indication of the most frequent type of mistakes audiovisual translators would have to correct in a postediting phase: agreement, mistranslated, and untranslated words.
We observe that lesson preparation activity takes 2/3 of the total time required for publishing a video lesson, while the remaining is necessary for recording and postediting the lesson material.
Personal Plus Translation - Computer-generated translations with bilingual human postediting for fully comprehensible document translations.
Translation buyers have adopted horizontal and flexible organisational structures, and subcontracting such language services as translation, postediting, localisation, etc.
Our message to these groups includes the idea that even though manual translation by humans has the highest quality, the amount of data that we need to translate can benefit greatly from machine translation with human postediting and a feedback mechanism that can be used to improve the machine rules.
This operation is typically performed at this stage because the textfile contains all the information that is relevant for the postediting process.
His other research interests include eye-tracking techniques in translation studies, postediting, autotranslation.
Such collaboration usually takes the form of human preediting, machine translation, and human postediting.