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Review of  Readings in Machine Translation


Reviewer: Robert Kuhns
Book Title: Readings in Machine Translation
Book Author: Sergei Nirenburg Harold Somers Yorick Wilks
Publisher: MIT Press
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
Issue Number: 14.2879

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Bob Kuhns is a consultant at Sun Microsystems Laboratories and Sun's
Globalization Portal Group, where he is the NLP architect and manages
projects in translatability assessment, machine translation, and
multilingual terminology management.

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