Proceedings of the Twenty-first International Conference on

Translating and the Computer

10-11 November 1999, London


Papers reproduced by permission of Aslib



The Language of Change

Dave Stevens (Lernout & Hauspie, Germany)

Multilingual Component Management: Trends and Implications for Translation
Stuart Sklair (Multilingual Technology Ltd, UK)

Case Study: Document Management and Localization

Dan Dube, Debbie Bucchianeri and Karen O'Neill (Lighthouse Solutions, Inc.,


Resource and Workflow Management Support in Teletranslation
Klaus Schubert (Fachhochschule Flensburg, Germany)

Terminology Management in NATO
Ian Jones (SHAPE, Belgium)

A Multi-level Framework for Memory-Based Translation Aid Tools

Stelios Piperidis, Christos Malavazos and Ioannis Triantafyllou (Institute for
Language and Speech Processing, Greece)

The Internet and the Single Translator

Janet Carter-Sigglow (Zentralbibliothek-Sprachendienst Forschungszentrum
Julich GmbH, Germany)

The World Wide Web as a Resource for Example-Based Machine Translation Tasks
Gregory Grefenstette (Xerox Research Centre Europe, France)

The Best of Both Worlds - or will two mongrels ever make a pedigree
Terence Lewis (Hook & Hatton Ltd, UK)

Adapting the Concept of 'Translation Memory' to 'Authoring Memory' for a Controlled
Language Writing Environment

Jeffrey Allen (ELDA, France)

A Building Blocks Approach to Translation Memory

Kevin McTait, Maeve Olohan and Arturo Trujillo (UMIST, UK)

MABLe: A Multi-lingual Authoring Tool for Business Letters

John Tait (University of Sunderland, UK), Jeremy Ellman (University of
, UK) and Diomidis Spinelis (SENA S.A., Greece)

Controlling Input and Output of MT for Greater User Acceptance
Arendse Bernth (IBM, USA)


Deploying the SAE J2450 Translation Quality Metric in Language Technology
Evaluation Projects

Jörg Schütz (IAI, USA)

Integrating Translation Technologies Using SALT

Gerhard Budin (University of Vienna, Austria), Alan K. Melby (Brigham Young
University at Provo, USA), Sue Ellen Wright (Kent State University, USA), Deryle
Lonsdale (Brigham Young University at Provo, USA) and Arle Lommel (Brigham
Young University at Provo, USA)

Translation Technology - The Next Generation
Sharon O'Brien (ALPNET, Ireland)