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Thu Mar 04 2010

FYI: TTC Project Survey for Users

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Message 1: TTC Project Survey for Users
Date: 03-Mar-2010
From: Tatiana Gornostay <tatiana.gornostaytilde.lv>
Subject: TTC Project Survey for Users
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Dear colleagues,

We are pleased to invite you to participate in our online survey about
terminology and corpora practices in relation to the TTC project which
is granted financial support from the European Commission under the
Seventh Framework Programme (Grant Agreement no 248005). The
link to the survey:

http://www.visidati.lv/aptauja/345124026/

We appreciate your input and it is very important to us since it will
contribute to defining the specifications of the tools to be developed
during the project. TTC aims at extracting bilingual terminology
automatically from comparable corpora to enhance translation tools
(computer-assisted translation and machine translation). The major
project goal is to provide an online platform for working with
terminology and corpora. In order to get a better knowledge of user
needs, we are running this survey. We would be most grateful if you
could dedicate 10-15 minutes to answer our online questionnaire.

The survey is anonymous and you will be just offered to give your e-
mail address to be used for sending feedback about the results of the
survey.

Thank you very much in advance!

Kindest regards,
The TTC project Consortium

Tatiana Gornostay (tatiana.gornostaytilde.lv)
Senior Researcher, Computational Linguist
Software and Architecture Department
Tilde, Latvia
www.tilde.com

Linguistic Field(s): Text/Corpus Linguistics; Translation

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