Section: Contracts and Grants with Industry
ANR-PCI COSMAT project
Participant : Laurent Romary.
COSMAT (“Service collaboratif de traduction automatique pour textes scientifiques”, “Collaborative Machine Translation service for Scientific texts”) is an ANR PCI (“Programme Contenus et Interactions”) project which started on Oct. 1, 2009 and will end on Sept. 09, 2012. Funding for INRIA-Gemo is 77 kEuros. The project is coordinated by University of Maine and also involves Systran. The main objective for Gemo is to design an appropriate document model for scholarly papers based on the TEI (Text Encoding Initiative) guidelines, which may be used to exchange precise content between HAL (the French national publication repository) and the automatic translation tools that the two other partners will deploy for scientific texts. The textual model will be implemented as an export module for HAL, allowing also to provide a long-term archiving perspective for its content.