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Qualitative analysis of post-editing for high quality machine translationIn the context of massive adoption of Machine Translation (MT) by human localization services in Post-Editing (PE) workflows, we analyze the activity of post-editing high quality translations through a novel PE analysis methodology. We define and introduce a new unit for evaluating post-editing effort based on Post-Editing Action (PEA) - for which we provide human evaluation guidelines and propose a process to automatically evaluate these PEAs. We applied this methodology on data sets from two technologically different MT systems. In that context, we could show that more than 35% of the remaining effort can be saved by introducing of global PEA and edit propagation.
Translation quality and productivity: a study on rich morphology languagesSpecia, L., Blain, F., Harris, K., Burchardt, A. et al. (2017) Translation quality and productivity: a study on rich morphology languages. In, Machine Translation Summit XVI, Vol 1. MT Research Track, Kurohashi, S., and Fung, P., Nagoya, Aichi, Japan: Asia-Pacific Association for Machine Translation, pp. 55-71.