PLuTO: MT for online patent translation
Tinsley, John and Way, Andy and Sheridan, Páraic (2010) PLuTO: MT for online patent translation. In: AMTA 2010 - 9th Conference of the Association for Machine Translation in the Americas, 31 October - 4 November 2010, Denver, CO, USA..
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PLuTO – Patent Language Translation Online – is a partially EU-funded commercialization project which specializes in the automatic retrieval and translation of patent documents. At the core of the PLuTO framework is a machine translation (MT) engine through which web-based translation services are offered. The fully integrated PLuTO architecture includes a translation engine coupling MT with translation memories (TM), and a patent search and retrieval engine. In this paper, we first describe the motivating factors behind the provision of such a service. Following this, we give an overview of the PLuTO framework as a whole, with particular emphasis on the MT components, and provide a real world use case scenario in which PLuTO MT services are exploited.
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