Interlingua


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Interlingua

(ĭn'tərlĭng`gwə), name of an artificial language introduced in 1951; also the name of a simplified form of Latin (sometimes called Latino Sine Flexione, or "Latin without inflection") introduced in the early 20th cent. See international languageinternational language,
sometimes called universal language, a language intended to be used by people of different linguistic backgrounds to facilitate communication among them and to reduce the misunderstandings and antagonisms caused by language differences.
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Interlingua

 

(1) An artifical language, based on the Latino sine flexione developed by the Italian mathematician G. Peano in 1908.

(2) An artificial language created by the International Auxiliary Language Association in New York in 1950 under the supervision of A. Gode.

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Los entrevistados identifican problemas de interlingua, interferencia linguistica, estructura anglosajona en la comunicacion oral y escrita en espanol; confusiones ortograficas, expresion de ideas restringida a una lengua; se hace evidente la necesidad de estudiar mas la lengua materna y hacer conscientes los fundamentos de gramatica.
15) Entende-se por interlingua o sistema linguistico criado pela influencia da L1 e, cumulativamente, pelo input da L2; um sistema reduzido, dinamico e variavel.
The Interlingua will be based on translations that will capture the integral functions and the key characteristics as well as facilitate the translation of commonly used policy languages.
He then worked as a product analyst for Peugeot and was an in-house French, Portuguese and Spanish translator for media company Interlingua Ltd.
Indeed, the search for an "epigenome" where all will be revealed corresponds precisely to the search for an interlingua in machine translation, which was an almost complete failure (O Nuallain, 2003).
8) Personalmente he encontrado en muchos de los volumenes de la Coleccion Interlingua de la Editorial Comares, presentaciones claras y exhaustivas de determinados ambitos y disciplinas emergentes en nuestro sector, por ejemplo, la traduccion audiovisual, la traduccion de la publicidad, la localizacion, etcetera.
Rule-based approaches with a transfer and interlingua architecture are covered as well as statistical and example-based approaches.
Martinet (1908 -- 1999), una autor que, conocido por ser uno de los promotores de la interlingua (9), ha sido capaz de sintetizar la tradicion linguistica moderna del estructuralismo, la linguistica funcional de la Escuela de Praga y la glosematica.
Ideally, the transfer step could be dispensed with, if we could devise an interlingua which would be abstract enough to represent language-independent underlying structures.
Therefore each language term set is connected to its related thesaurus following an interlingua representation approach.