From CasMaCat to SEECAT: Patterns of Interaction in Advanced Computer-Assisted Translation

Despite the improved quality of machine translation (MT) in recent years, the produced texts are often not good enough for information dissemination. MT output is therefore geared towards human post-editing. In this talk I will present CasMaCat, an advanced interactive computer-assisted translation workbench, with extensive logging of user behaviour including eye tracking. I will present the CasMaCat technology, an experimental evaluation, and an experimental extension of CasMaCat, which also accepts spoken language input.