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A multimedia network independent learning aided translation system

  • Yuanyuan XieEmail author
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Abstract

With the continuous development of China’s economy and foreign exchanges, the self-learning and translation-assisted Chinese cultural translation market has expanded rapidly. The use of video and other tools has become more and more popular among users. All kinds of videos and other independent learning translations assist Chinese cultural translation technology. And methods are endless. However, the current corpus relied on a large number of translation software based on video autonomous learning translation to assist Chinese cultural translation is artificially constructed. The corpus is limited and slow to update. With the development of the Internet, if you can combine translation technology with video information search technology, you can provide users with comprehensive, real-time and dynamic translation services. This paper studies the translation of online search engine, automatic accumulation of bilingual corpus, machine translation, using sentence matching warehousing algorithm, data mining, meta search and result fusion and sorting algorithm, etc. The intelligent bilingual search method and search engine can provide automatic bilingual web resources for professionals, and provide high-quality auxiliary translation for userswhich have good market value and social benefits.

Keywords

Video Internet Auxiliary translation Independent learning 

Notes

Acknowledgements

A Study on College English Teaching & the Translation Ability Improvement in Chinese Culture, 2016jyxm0324.

A Study on College English Teaching & the Translation Ability Improvement in Chinese Culture, [2016]42-129.

A Study on the Translation & Dissemination of Chinese ecological Literature in America, 2018zs04zd.

2018 projects funded by the state fund for study abroad, [2018(3103)].

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of Foreign LanguagesAnhui Agricultural UniversityHefeiChina

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