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This wiki space contains archival documentation of Project Bamboo, April 2008 - March 2013.

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Gist - approximate translation between languages

Keywords: discover, consider

Activity Definition(s)

Translate words or phrases from one language to another, in order to obtain a rough sense of the meaning of text in a language with which one is not familiar. User may wish to specify the type of translation engine, specific tool, or algorithm to be used in producing the translation (e.g., hand-coded rules, probabilistic rules, etc.).

Scholars' Stories (scenarios)


  • Services for eClassics
  • Tools for Thinking: ePhilology and Cyberinfrastructure [DRAFT] (local excerpt; full PDF)
  • SN-0033 ePhilology and Memographies
  • SN-0046 Research Methods of an Individual Scholar-2
  • Tibetan Buddhist Literature Scenario - UC-Berkeley

    Tools (examples)


    Optional: examples of tools that perform some part or all of the defined activity, ideally with links to relevant project or vendor web sites

    Tool name

    What it does

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    Language Weaver

    Statistically-based translation services (commercial)

    http://www.languageweaver.com

    Babelfish

    Popular, free, often laughably imprecise gisting/translation service currently owned by Yahoo. Uses dictionary-based algorithm.

    http://babelfish.yahoo.com/

    Google Translate

    Statistical translation software developed by Google Research

    http://translate.google.com

     

     

     


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    Standard name / body

    What it governs/regulates/standardizes - What it's for

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    Notes, comments, related activities, concerns


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