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TraMOOC toolkit

 Take advantage of the TraMOOC toolkit for researchers

TraMOOC makes it possible for researchers to test the advanced tools and solutions that were created within the course of the project, with appropriate license models (a development license, a research license or an open license for testing purposes), as well as software packages for the development of state-of-the-art systems for language translation of educational texts.The translation model training processes, the resource bootstrapping processes and the text mining methodologies form a library of algorithms invaluable to the scientific community.

Access the TraMOOC tools and solutions:

Marian: is an efficient Neural Machine Translation framework written in pure C++ with minimal dependencies. The training framework for the marian development repository is available here.

Nematus: is a neural MT toolkit that was used for training the TraMOOC systems. To use the Nematus toolkit you may visit here.

Babelente: is a tool for entity extraction, translation and implicit evaluation using the BabelFy API. The source code is available here and an online web service is available here.

TraMOOC MT engine: the open-source TraMOOC MT engine is accessible here.

TraMOOC addresses the needs of:
  • Developers, Businesses, Educators that can use Translexy API to play with language pairs and analyze the value of having their content translated into other languages.
  • Machine Translation developers that can use Translexy as a unified workbench for integrating MT solutions and a platform for promoting, testing and comparing their solutions.
  • Language Technology Engineers and community that can get access to accurate and wide-coverage linguistic infrastructure for less widely spoken languages. This infrastructure includes exploitation, enrichment, and adaptation policies on bootstrapping, cross-language, and interdisciplinary approaches to create new or enrich/adapt available tools and resources.