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Dr. Adriane Rinsche, The Language Technology Center

Dr. Adriane Rinsche

The Language Technology Center
Geschäftsführerin

Simple Language and Machine Translation

Zusammenfassung

The World Wide Web has led to an abundance of information available on the internet. This has also prompted an increased emphasis on Simple Language as a means of efficient information exchange. Successful international information transfer requires a multilingual solution. Machine translation enables information exchange in multiple languages in real time or near real time. Simple language requires a number of additional rules, if the aim is understandable communication in multiple languages.

Das World Wide Web hat zu einem Überfluss an verfügbaren Informationen im Internet geführt. Dies erfordert erhöhte Aufmerksamkeit für einfache Sprache als Mittel zum Ziel des leistungsfähigen Informationsaustausches. Die erfolgreiche globale Übertragung von Informationen erfordert eine mehrsprachige Lösung. Maschinelle Übersetzung ermöglicht Informationsaustausch in mehreren Sprachen in Echtzeit oder fast in Echtzeit. Einfache Sprache erfordert einige zusätzliche Regeln, wenn das Ziel die verständliche Kommunikation in mehreren Sprachen ist.

Kurzbiographie

Dr. Rinsche implemented the commercial use of translation memory technology as early as 1994 and trained corporate users and translators in this technology. She designed the first business information system for the language industry - well known today as LTC Organiser across the world. She now leads the design of LTC's new generation of workflow and business systems for multilingual information management (LTC Worx) and linguistic processing tools such as LTC Communicator. Dr. Rinsche co-ordinates LTC's multilingual service team, all internal and EU funded research and development projects, market studies and trials. She acted as evaluator for the EC and as reviewer for several EU projects. Dr. Rinsche has a PhD in Computational Linguistics from Bonn University, Germany. She founded LTC in 1992, a company based in London and Washington DC.