Book reviewLanguage Engineering and Translation: Consequences of Automation Amsterdam-Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 1994. xx + 345 pp. ISBN 90-272-2140-5 (Eur.) / 1-55619-477-3 (US.) Hfl 60,- (Benjamins Translation Library, 1). .
Reviewed by Christina Schäffner
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With the development of electronic tools translations can be produced or, at least, aided by machines. The task previously carried out by the expertise of human translators is being taken over by formalized strategies of computer programs realized either as computer-assisted human translation or as machine translation proper.