|Appears in Collections:||Literature and Languages Conference Papers and Proceedings|
|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||Active Interaction Protocol in CAT System|
|Citation:||Zhang X (2016) Active Interaction Protocol in CAT System, Wang J, Wang G (ed.) The Future of Asia-Pacific Translation and Interpreting, Eighth Asia-Pacific Translation and Interpreting Forum (APTIF8) 2016, Xi'an, China, 17.6.2016 - 18.6.2016, Beijing, China: Foreign Languages Teaching and Research Press, pp. 2-16.|
|Conference Name:||Eighth Asia-Pacific Translation and Interpreting Forum (APTIF8) 2016|
|Conference Location:||Xi'an, China|
|Abstract:||Machine translation is a fundamental technology that is gaining more importance each day in our multilingual society. Companies in particular are turning their attention to machine translation since it dramatically cuts down their expenses on translation and interpreting. However, the output of current machine translation systems is still far from the quality of translations generated by human experts. Our overall goal is to narrow down this quality gap by developing new methodologies and tools that improve the broader and more efficient deployment of machine translation technology.|
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