Training

You would like to deepen, broaden, or refresh your expert knowledge as part of your professional training? Then you have come to the right place. Besides customized trainings for our clients, we offer a range of paid tutorials, seminars, workshops, as well as free webinars; they cover a variety of subjects such as extracting terminology, creating concept systems and concept maps, terminography, working with tools like Trados MultiTerm, Trados Live Terminology, or LookUp, translation-related terminology work, terminology and master data, and terminology in regards to knowledge organisation.

We also organise events on behalf of German professional associations such as DTT, BDÜ or tekom.

The following events are currently scheduled:

February 21, 2023 – Webinar i

Terminology booster for neural machine translation (NMT)

by Büro b3 (in English)

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Description

In this webinar, we will show you how to make use of your terminology data to improve consistency in MT output from domain-adapted engines, depending on which NMT system you are using.

Participants will learn that, depending on the NMT system and model at hand, terminology data comes into play at different steps of the process, is required to take on different forms and can have varying degrees of quality.

We will also present tools and methods for preparing TMX files to use as NMT training data and show you ways to set up terminology in order to make the most use of it in many frequently used NMT systems.

Agenda

  • Important concepts in NMT
  • How to make use of terminology data in the NMT process
  • How different NMT system providers process terminology data
  • Formal and terminological preparation of TMX files for translation engine training
  • Providing terminology for NMT systems
  • Conclusion

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Duration

19:00 bis 20:00 CET (EST: 1 p.m - 2 p.m. / PST: 10 a.m. - 11 a.m.)

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Short presentation free of charge.

Seminar: Advanced training event, for which a fee is charged, where, in contrast to a presentation, the participants are directly involved thanks to increased interaction. They actively participate in discussions, ask questions and work in small teams to be able to put the acquired theoretical knowledge into practice.

Tutorial: Practical introduction to the most important functions of a software.

Presentation: Theoretical transfer of knowledge with little interaction between participants and the lecturer (often takes place in the context of conferences).

Webinar: Short presentation free of charge.

Workshop: Moderated event, for which a fee is charged, where small groups work together on questions and problems related to the topic. Participants should be willing to learn from each other and treat each other with respect. The goal of a workshop is to find solutions to the respective questions and problems together.