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Terminology across Languages and Domains
  • ISSN 0929-9971
  • E-ISSN: 1569-9994

Abstract

In this paper we make two contributions. First, we describe a multi-component system called BiTES (Bilingual Term Extraction System) designed to automatically gather domain-specific bilingual term pairs from Web data. BiTES components consist of data gathering tools, domain classifiers, monolingual text extraction systems and bilingual term aligners. BiTES is readily extendable to new language pairs and has been successfully used to gather bilingual terminology for 24 language pairs, including English and all official EU languages, save Irish. Second, we describe a novel set of methods for evaluating the main components of BiTES and present the results of our evaluation for six language pairs. Results show that the BiTES approach can be used to successfully harvest quality bilingual term pairs from the Web. Our evaluation method delivers significant insights about the strengths and weaknesses of our techniques. It can be straightforwardly reused to evaluate other bilingual term extraction systems and makes a novel contribution to the study of how to evaluate bilingual terminology extraction systems.
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2015-01-01
2019-12-13
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