The Irish Language in the Digital Age

by Georg Rehm

Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg, Publisher: Imprint: Springer in Berlin, Heidelberg

Written in English
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  • Translators (Computer programs),
  • Language Translation and Linguistics,
  • Computational linguistics,
  • Computer science

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