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May 10, 2017
Optimizing Content for MT: A Checklist
by Arle Lommel, Rebecca Ray  

 
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Summary
Content source optimization (CSO) refers to the process of preparing text, graphics, and other content components for translation. It eliminates obstacles to efficient conversions into another language and creates material in a form suitable for multiple locales. When preparing content for machine translation (MT) processing, organizations need to be extra careful because even the best systems do not understand the text they process and usually cannot correct for even obvious errors. Careful authoring is therefore a must to deliver better MT results.

This brief covers: how to determine whether MT-oriented CSO makes sense for you; basic principles for optimizing content for machine translation; how to use the checklist to evaluate your text; and how to prioritize your efforts.

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