|Md Mahfuz ibn Alam, Antonios Anastasopoulos, Laurent Besacier, James Cross, Matthias Gallé, Philipp Koehn, Vassilina Nikoulina|
|Published on arXiv.org, 22 June 2021|
As neural machine translation (NMT) systems become an important part of professional translator pipelines, a growing body of work focuses on combining NMT with terminologies. In many scenarios and particularly in cases of domain adaptation, one expects the MT output to adhere to the constraints provided by a terminology. In this work, we propose metrics to measure the consistency of MT output with regards to a domain terminology. We perform studies on the COVID-19 domain over 5 languages, also performing terminology-targeted human evaluation.
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