Machine translation technology: On the way to market introduction
by Juan A. Alonso, Thomas Schneider
International Journal of Computer Applications in Technology (IJCAT), Vol. 2, No. 3, 1989

Abstract: As products and processes become more complex, and companies become more export oriented, the need for rapid translation of documentation increases. But conventional translation methods can't keep up. Now, research in machine translation technology is on the verge of providing a practical answer. Siemens R&D groups in Spain, the USA, West Germany and Belgium are close to introducing exceptionally fast and accurate systems for translating specialised texts in several languages.

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