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Post-Edited Machine Translation Defined
by Donald A. DePalma
April 30, 2013
April 30, 2013

 
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Summary
Common Sense Advisory defines post-editing as the process by which humans review, edit, and improve the quality and usefulness of translation output. More specifically, post-edited machine translation (PEMT) involves the human – and sometimes automated – efforts to enhance MT output to meet specific quality targets. This brief describes the most common types of post-editing, outlines the characteristics of the marketplace for PEMT, and provides several examples of the process.

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