Tag: linguistic quality evaluation (LQE)

Rethinking LQE Metrics

Is our approach to linguistic quality evaluation (LQE) flawed? Marina Pantcheva dives deep into the MQM 2.0 metrics, questioning its linearity and its inability to account for sample size variations. Drawing on linguistic theory and the nuances of human perception, this article challenges the industry norms, pushing for a more nuanced approach to translation quality metrics. Explore the intriguing disconnect between standardized metrics and actual linguistic perception in Pantcheva's in-depth analysis.

The Rebirth of Post-translation Analysis

Trends come and go – crowdsourcing and transcreation, just to name a few – but since the advent of servers and the cloud, one trend seems to remain: translation jobs are becoming increasingly smaller and more frequent.