Machine Translation: an Introductory Guide
by Doug Arnold, at al.
Publisher: Blackwell Pub 1994
Number of pages: 200
This introductory book looks at all aspects of Machine Translation: covering questions of what it is like to use a modern Machine Translation system, through questions about how it is done, to questions of evaluating systems, and what developments can be foreseen in the near to medium future.
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