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    • Language software for Linux

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    • Language software for OS X

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    • Language software for Windows

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    • Natural language processing software

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    • Translation software

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    • Comparison of computer-assisted translation tools

    • A number of computer-assisted translation software and websites exists for various platforms and access types. The list below includes only some of the existent and available software and website platforms. Microsoft Office (doc, docx, xls, xlsx, xlsm, ppt, pptx) , pdf (Converts pdf file to Word ) , html, htm xhtml, ... Read »


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    • Computer-assisted translation

    • Computer-assisted translation, computer-aided translation or CAT is a form of language translation in which a human translator uses computer software to support and facilitate the translation process. Computer-assisted translation is sometimes called machine-assisted, or machine-aided, translation (not to be confused ... Read »


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    • Dictionary writing system

    • A dictionary writing system (DWS), or dictionary production/publishing system (DPS) is a piece of software for writing and producing a dictionary, glossary, vocabulary, thesaurus etc. It might include an editor, a database, a web interface for collaborative work and various management tools. Examples of Dictionary wri ... Read »


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    • Foreign language writing aid

    • A foreign language writing aid is a computer program or any other instrument that assists a non-native language user (also referred to as a foreign language learner) in writing decently in their target language. Assistive operations can be classified into two categories: on-the-fly prompts and post-writing checks. Assi ... Read »


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    • Language industry

    • The language industry is the sector of activity dedicated to facilitating multilingual communication, both oral and written. According to the European Commission's Directorate-General of Translation, the language industry comprises the activities of translation, interpreting, subtitling and dubbing, software and websit ... Read »


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    • LinguaSys

    • LinguaSys, Inc. was a company headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida. LinguaSys provided multilingual human language software and services to financial, banking, hospitality, Customer Relations Management, technology, forensics and telecommunications blue chip enterprises, and the government and military. LinguaSys ... Read »


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    • Marcion (software)

    • Marcion is Coptic–English/Czech dictionary related to Crum's coptic dictionary, written in C++, based on MySQL, with Qt GUI. Contains many coptic texts, grammars, Greek texts,Liddell–Scott Greek–English lexicon, and others. Can be used as a bible study tool. Marcion is free software released under the GN ... Read »


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    • NoRedInk

    • NoRedInk

      NoRedInk (stylized as noredink) is an online web-based language-learning platform designed to help students in grades 4-12 improve their grammar and writing skills. The lessons are aligned to meet the Common Core State Standards Initiative and the curriculum students see is personalized according to their interests. ... Read »


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    • SkELL

    • SkELL: Sketch Engine for Language Learning

      SkELL is an abbreviation of Sketch Engine for Language Learning. It is a web interface for English language learning. The main purpose is to help students and teachers of English language. SkELL has its own corpus that was gathered so that contained texts covering everyday, standard, formal, and professional English la ... Read »


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