Product- and Process Units in the CRITT Translation Process Research Database

Michael Carl

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    The first version of the "Translation Process Research Database" (TPR DB v1.0) was released In August 2012, containing logging data of more than 400 translation and text production sessions. The current version of the TPR DB, (v1.4), contains data from more than 940 sessions, which represents more than 300 hours of text production. The database provides the raw logging data, as well as Tables of pre-processed product- and processing units. The TPR-DB includes various types of simple and composed product and process units that are intended to support the analysis and modelling of human text reception, production, and translation processes. In this talk I describe some of the
    functions and features of the TPR-DB v1.4, and how they can be deployed in empirical human translation process research.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication date2014
    Number of pages1
    Publication statusPublished - 2014
    Event2014 CRITT - WCRE Conference: Translation in Transition: Between Cognition, Computing and Technology - Copenhagen Business School, Frederiksberg, Denmark
    Duration: 30 Jan 201431 Jan 2014


    Conference2014 CRITT - WCRE Conference
    LocationCopenhagen Business School
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