Curated by: Luigi Canali De Rossi

Wednesday, July 31, 2002

IBM Terminology Management System


Software Tool (Win)

TransLexis is an IBM company-wide
Terminology Management System which was developed for different NLP applications: First as a lexicon for a Machine Translation System and second to provide terminologists and human translators with a tool for managing lexical and terminological data.

TransLexis consists of five components The database management system that acts on the relational database DB2. An application programming interface (API). A graphical user interface for creating, displaying and updating lexical and terminological information via 'Drag and Drop'. Components for exporting and importing lexical and terminological data. A Web Browse Interface to present your terminology via the Internet. TransLexis is provided as a customer solution.

Key features of Translexis:

a) Supports a multilingual database

b) Based on DB2 relational database technology

c) Supports SGML and TIF import formats and HTML export formats

d) Uses a graphical user interface (GUI) for creating, displaying and updating lexical/terminological information



e) Uses a web browser interface to present the developed terminology via the Internet

While effective April 15, 2002 IBM has withdrawn from marketing IBM TranslationManager and its related products (TransLexis) licensed under the IBM International Program License Agreement.

You can no longer obtain this program directly from IBM. You can obtain this program on an as-available basis through IBM authorized remarketers.

See more info about IBM marketing withdrawal announcement at: blWFjCxZBzjuUs1USenGnN9332&request= announcements&parms=H+902%2d009&xfr=N

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posted by Robin Good on Wednesday, July 31 2002, updated on Tuesday, May 5 2015

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