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Apertium
Since 2004, the Apertium project develops a free/open-source machine translation platform, initially aimed at related-language pairs but expanded to deal with more divergent language pairs. The mission of the Apertium project is to collaboratively develop free/open-source machine translation for as many languages as possible, and in particular: - To give everyone free, unlimited access to the best possible machine-translation technologies. - To maintain a modular, documented, open platform for machine translation and other human language processing tasks - To favour the interchange and reuse of existing linguistic data. - To make integration with other free/open-source technologies easier. - To radically guarantee the reproducibility of machine translation and natural language processing research.
http://www.apertium.org
Apertium