El uso de herramientas TAO (traducción asistida por ordenador) en textos cientificos y turisticos

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Nicolás Montalbán Martínez

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El propósito de este trabajo es analizar los beneficios del empleo de herramientas TAO entraducción, mejorando la calidad de los resultados. Concretamente se ha aplicado estatecnología en dos T. F. G. (Trabajo Fin de Grado) de dos alumnos que han acabado el gradode Traducción e Interpretación, no habiendo utilizado nunca estas herramientas. Pero,¿cómo se evalúa la calidad de la traducción proporcionada automáticamente por losprogramas de traducción? De acuerdo con Papineni, Roukos, Ward & Zhu (2002: 311-318)«cuanto más se parezca la traducción automática a la de un profesional humano de latraducción, mejor es». Comparando la traducción de referencia con la automática seobtuvieron excelentes resultados. 

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Montalbán Martínez, N. (2019). El uso de herramientas TAO (traducción asistida por ordenador) en textos cientificos y turisticos. VERBEIA. Revista De Estudios Filológicos. Journal of English and Spanish Studies, 5(4), 74-95. https://doi.org/10.57087/Verbeia.2019.4059
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