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This section includes some of the professional and academic resources (print and online) available for further information on translation technologies, localization, machine translation, subtitling and multilingual project management.
International Association for Machine Translation -- European Association for Machine Translation (EAMT), Association for Machine Translation in the Americas (AMTA), and Asian-Pacific Association for Machine Translation (AAMT).
European Commission -- Machine Translation Service -- MT@EC service action plan.
John Hutchins (U.K.) list of publications on machine translation, computer-based translation technologies, linguistics and other topics.
Philipp Koehn (Edinburgh, Scotland), Statistical Machine Translation site.
Localisation Research Centre (LRC) -- Limerick, Ireland.
Centre for Next Generation Localisation (CNGL) -- Limerick, Ireland.
Centre for Next Generation Localisation Localisation Careers Guide.
Multilingual journal -- Sandpoint, Idaho -- professional magazine focusing on language, culture, technologies for global communication and business.
Machine Translation journal -- SpringerLink publisher.
iTranslate4.eu -- user input translated by different translation systems.
Translation Automation (TAUS) -- translation and technologies.
Translation Automation Timeline -- the story of translation automation in the digital age.
TranslatorsTraining -- Jost Zetzsche, computer-assisted translation (CAT) and localization tools.
European Society for Translation Studies (EST) -- Belgium. Available in English, Spanish, German, French, Korean, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese. Has extensive Resources page, and is present on Facebook.
Helge Niska's list of conferences (based in Sweden) in translation, interpreting, LSP, and terminology organized globally.
St. Jerome Publishing -- U.K. -- Publications on translation and interpreting studies.
Routledge -- U.S. and U.K. -- translation and interpretation books.
Translation Journal -- Gabe Bokor (U.S.) edits this online journal for translators by translators about translators and translation.
Ivarsson, Jan (Transedit, Sweden) -- "Translation and Subtitling Resources" (updated 2010) website.
Gilbert Chee Fun Fong (ed), Dubbing and Subtitling in a World Context, Hong Kong: The Chinese University Press, 2009. Online excerpts.
TranslationDirectory.com Articles for translators and for translation companies: Articles on Translation Theory.
Journal of Specialised Translation (JoSTrans) -- Lucile Desblache (London, U.K.) edits this online journal.
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