Beta Release of CASMACAT Workbench

Ragnar Bonk, Vicente Alabau, Michael Carl, Philipp Koehn

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    Abstract

    This document contains details about the implementation of the 2nd prototype of the CasMaCat workbench and the Translation Process Research Database (TPR-DB). It outlines the major components of the workbench and their usage (Sections 1, 2, 3 and 6), as well as the structure and feature of the TPR-DB (Section 7). Since gaze information is the most valuable source for tracking translator e ort in text understanding, and due to the noise inherent in current head-free eye-tracking technology, Sections 4 and 5 report attempts to implement solutions for obtaining better gaze-to-word mapping accuracy. At the time of this writing, an installation guide1 has been written and made available to a select group of alpha testers (researchers from universities and research laboratories) to prepare a wider release of the prototype.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationEdinburg
    PublisherCASMACAT
    Number of pages42
    Publication statusPublished - 2013
    SeriesCASMACAT Project Deliverables
    NumberD5.3

    Bibliographical note

    ICT Project 287576 Deliverable D5.3. Project funded by the European Community under the Seventh Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development.

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    Bonk, R., Alabau, V., Carl, M., & Koehn, P. (2013). Beta Release of CASMACAT Workbench. Edinburg: CASMACAT. CASMACAT Project Deliverables, No. D5.3
    Bonk, Ragnar ; Alabau, Vicente ; Carl, Michael ; Koehn, Philipp. / Beta Release of CASMACAT Workbench. Edinburg : CASMACAT, 2013. 42 p. (CASMACAT Project Deliverables; No. D5.3).
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    Edinburg : CASMACAT, 2013. 42 p. (CASMACAT Project Deliverables; No. D5.3).

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    Bonk R, Alabau V, Carl M, Koehn P. Beta Release of CASMACAT Workbench. Edinburg: CASMACAT, 2013. 42 p. (CASMACAT Project Deliverables; No. D5.3).