Technology solutions for interpreters: the VIP system

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https://doi.org/10.24197/her.23.2021.91-123

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tecnología, interpretación, terminología, compilación de corpus, generación de glosarios

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Las tecnologías de la interpretación han irrumpido bruscamente en la profesión en estos últimos años. Sin embargo, este tema sigue ocupando un lugar relativamente marginal del debate académico, aunque el interés por desarrollar soluciones a medida para los intérpretes ha aumentado considerablemente. Este artículo se describe el sistema VIP, uno de los resultados del proyecto homónimo VIP - Sistema integrado de voz-texto para intérPretes y su continuación (VIP II). Más concretamente, se presenta un flujo de trabajo terminológico basado en la tecnología para la interpretación simultánea.

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