Monthly Archives: November 2017

Rough typology of remaining errors (updated)

French to Corsican: performing on French wikipedia sample test currently amounts to 93% on average. Below is a rough typology of remaining errors (presumably an average scoring of 95% on the open test should be attainable on the basis of correction … Continue reading

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Weekly open test

  Weekly open test: 1 – 11/110 = 90%.

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Unexpected pitfalls in the disambiguation of some expressions

Some unexpected pitfalls are lurking in the process of disambiguation of some expressions or locutions. In the above example, the French locution ‘en train de’ can be translated : either into in trenu da (by train from) or into in … Continue reading

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Open test: November 18, 2017

Scoring 1 – (8/119) = 93.27% on weekly open test.

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Efficiency open test: new protocol

Now changing the efficiency open test’s protocol, in order to measure the accuracy of the French to Corsican translation. It is based on the wikipedia first 100 words of the ‘article of the day’, which changes everyday. The scoring will result … Continue reading

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