translation algorithm

translation algorithm

[tran′slā·shən ′al·gə‚rith·əm]
(computer science)
A specific, effective, essentially computational method for obtaining a translation from one language to another.
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At the core of the solution is a cutting-edge translation algorithm that generates a complex series of tokenized values to ensure the customer's actual passcode is never exposed.
The IONIK data translation algorithm for PCM assessment, coupled with DCVG data, can accurately identify the location of anomalies to submeter accuracy, permit the anomalies to be ranked by severity and provide sound technical data to determine which areas of a pipeline segment require the most immediate attention.
One danger to all of these sites is the advancement of computer translation algorithms and processing power.
Liran Brenner, VP of R&D at WhiteSmoke, says, "Our text translation algorithms have been in development for several years, and we are proud to boast one of the most sophisticated translation systems currently available.
First, they can be upgraded through software--and hence through the Internet--as more sophisticated translation algorithms are developed and as the company learns more about the way people are actually using the chips.
Velocity's proprietary translation algorithms enables integration of raw POS and other key retail data sources such as EDI 852, EDI 867, EDI 830, Tradacom, EDIFACT, AS2, Retail Link, PartnersOnline and many other retail POS data source formats.
Language Weaver was founded in 2002 to commercialize a unique approach to automatic language translation using proprietary statistical translation algorithms that resulted from research and development at the University of Southern California's Information Sciences Institute (USC/ISI).
Language Weaver has a unique approach to automatic language translation using proprietary statistical translation algorithms that resulted from research and development at the University of Southern California's Information Sciences Institute (USC/ISI).