Book review
John Newton, ed. Computers in Translation: A Practical Appraisal.
London-New York: Routledge, 1992. XX + 238 pp. ISBN 0-415-05432-X. £ 35.00

Reviewed by Frank Van Eynde
Leuven

Table of contents

John Newton's Computers in Translation is a collection of eleven contributions which together provide an overview of computer-based translation tools and currently used machine translation systems. As is clear from its subtitle, the book concentrates on practical issues and is mainly addressed to translators, technical authors and students of languages.

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