Machine translation: past, present, future

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Ellis Horwood, 1986 - Computers - 382 pages
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Even though it was published 25 years ago, this is a must read for today's professional translators and anyone interested in the history of machine translation. Hutchins wrote this book with translators in mind, but although machine translation has made many advancements since it was published, a lot of Hutchin's writings ring still ring true.  

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Preface
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Groups and projects in the United States 19501966
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Groups and projects in the United Kingdom and Western
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