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Translation and Openness

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ISBN: 9783902936882 9783902936882 Year: Pages: 222 DOI: 10.15203/2936-88-2 Language: English
Publisher: innsbruck university press
Subject: Computer Science --- Linguistics
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"Thinking about openness and implementing openness in our attitudes and actions have considerable bearing on our conception of ourselves as translators or researchers. Openness indeed questions the very role of translated texts, multilingual translation resources, the ethics of translators, their professional behavior, the self-conception of academics and researchers, as well as the role and availability of research results in society. It therefore constitutes one of the most stimulating challenges that the world of professional translation and translation studies have yet faced.
The contributions to this volume review some of these topics in three thematic sections: the first and most substantial part deals with the concept of openness in ICT (open data, open tools, open computer systems, and quality evaluation of open software), the middle part is concerned with translators training and the use of open software, and the last part discusses openness in academia on the ­basis of the concepts of a Scientist 2.0 and Digital Scholarship. An exhaustive list of ­references covering the topic is given as an appendix, as well as a keyword ­index."

Specification Languages for Preserving Consistency between Models of Different Languages

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Book Series: The Karlsruhe Series on Software Design and Quality / Ed. by Prof. Dr. Ralf Reussner ISSN: 18670067 ISBN: 9783731507840 Year: Volume: 24 Pages: XX, 440 p. DOI: 10.5445/KSP/1000081446 Language: ENGLISH
Publisher: KIT Scientific Publishing
Subject: Computer Science
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When complex IT systems are being developed, the usage of several programming and modelling languages can lead to inconsistencies that yield faulty designs and implementations. To address this problem, this work contributes a classification of consistency preservation challenges and an approach for preserving consistency. It is formalized using set theory and monitors changes to avoid matching and diffing problems. Three new languages that follow this preservation approach are presented.

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