Machine Translation Summit XIV, Nice, France
2 - 6 September 2013
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Workshop 2 (The 2nd Workshop on Post-Editing Technologies and Practice)


List of papers

Front Matter
Sharon O'Brien, Michel Simard and Lucia Specia (eds.)

Advanced Computer Aided Translation with a Web-Based Workbench
Vicent Alabau, Ragnar Bonk, Christian Buck, Michael Carl, Francisco Casacuberta, Mercedes Garcia-Martinez, Philipp Koehn, Luis Leiva, Bartolome Mesa-Lao, Herve Saint-Amand, Chara Tsoukala, German Sanchis, Daniel Ortiz and Jesus Gonzalez

Issues in Incremental Adaptation of Statistical MT from Human Post-edits
Mauro Cettolo, Nicola Bertoldi, Marcello Federico, Christophe Servan, Loïc Barrault and Holger Schwenk

Quality as the sum of its parts: A two-step approach for the identification of translation problems and translation quality assessment for HT and MT+PE
Joke Daems and Lieve Macken

Combining pre-editing and post-editing to improve SMT of user-generated content
Johanna Gerlach, Victoria Porro, Pierrette Bouillon and Sabine Lehmann

Transferring Source Tags to the Target Text in Statistical Machine Translation: A Two-Stream Approach
Eric Joanis, Darlene Stewart, Samuel Larkin and Roland Kuhn

This translation is not too bad: An analysis of post-editor choices in a machine translation post-editing task
Maarit Koponen

Assessing Post-Editing Efficiency in a Realistic Translation Environment
Samuel Läubli, Mark Fishel, Gary Massey, Maureen Ehrensberger-Dow and Martin Volk

Integrated Post-Editing and Translation Management for Lay User Communities
Adrian Laurenzi, Megumu Brownstein, Anne M. Turner and Katrin Kirchhoff

Community-based post-editing of machine-translated content: monolingual vs. bilingual
Linda Mitchell, Johann Roturier and Sharon O'Brien

User Attitudes to the Post-Editing Interface
Joss Moorkens and Sharon O'Brien

What can we learn about selection mechanism for post-editing?
Maja Popovic, Aljoscha Burchardt, Eleftherios Avramidis and David Vilar

The ACCEPT Post-Editing environment: a flexible and customisable online tool to perform and analyse machine translation post-editing
Johann Roturier, Linda Mitchell and David Silva

An Evaluation of Tools for Post-Editing Research: The Current Picture and Further Needs
Lucas Nunes Vieira

Online production of HQ parallel corpora and permanent task-based evaluation of multiple MT systems: both can be obtained through iMAGs with no added cost
Lingxiao Wang and Christian Boitet



September 11, 2013

List of Participants available. Click here

August 25, 2013

Main conference proceedings are on-line. Click here

August 24, 2013

Workshop proceedings are on-line. Click here

July 28, 2013

Detailed programme now available here

June 20, 2013

Accepted papers announced – see Programme

March 26, 2013

MT Summit registration opened

March 15, 2013

Paper submission deadline has been extended to April 22, 2013

March 3, 2013

Call for Workshop papers disseminated

February 16, 2013

Four workshop proposals have been accepted.

February 2, 2013

Deadline for submission of Tutorial proposals has been extended to the 15. FEB 2013

January 28, 2013

Call for User Papers/ Presentations disseminated

December 26, 2012

Call for tutorial proposals disseminated

December 26, 2012

Call for workshop proposals disseminated

December 8, 2012

Call for research papers published – see Call for Papers