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TIP #69 - This tip was sent on the week: 11th - 17th Dec, 2005

This tip applies to the following programs:

  • ESI Professional
  • TDT Professional

Other Word Magic Applications: TDT


In our recent weekly Tips we talked at length about ESI and the philosophy behind Machine Translation, Memory Translation and Interactive Translation, all of them synergistically incorporated into a single application program (ESI PRO) and into a single unifying concept: OMT (Operational Machine Translation).


It is time now to make a pause and delve into other Word Magic application programs such as our Translation Dictionary and Tools (TDT), the Verb Conjugator, the Synonyms Dictionary and a lesser know program: Expression Builder.


The reason: Version 5.0 is coming early next year and we have said practically nothing about these other programs. They will change drastically in Version 5.0 and we will have far too many topics and new fuctionalities to discuss.


ESI PRO (Interactive System) will also change drastically and will require additional space.


We will be venturing into a New World in translation; for this we want to have our Basics clearly depicted and to have our Users thoroughly understand the current operational principles. They are actually a stepping stone to the new technology.


In our next Tip we will deal with the basic structures underlying our Dictionaries. Understanding this, you will be able to grasp the new concepts to be introduced in Version 5.0. Also, you may send us your ideas about new features that you would like to see implemented in the new Version, as well as bugs to be fixed.


Tip of the week: Review the dictionary structure using the TDT Dictionary. Then compare how it is implemented inside ESI PRO. Note the similarities. Take note of any special feature that currently exists in TDT and which you would like to see implemented in ESI PRO.

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