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Differences between machine translation (MT) and computer-assisted translation (CAT)
Machine translation (MT) and Computer-assisted translation (CAT) are two separate but related concepts. Knowing which one you are looking for is crucial when dealing with translation tasks. Machine translation (MT) Source texts are translated by machines, with no humans involved throughout the process. Since linguistic experts are not part of the translation process, the translated texts could be inaccurate and require professionals to post-edit them.
Why divide document into sentences?
Is this the first time you are using software to assist you with translation? You may be wondering why Termsoup divide your uploaded document into sentences (or segments). There are two reasons: Translation memory refers to the storing of source and target text in pairs in database. Because these pairs are usually sentences, we automatically divide you document into sentences. By doing this, when the same or similar source text appears