MateCat is an enterprise-level, web-based CAT tool (Federico et al., 2014) designed to make post-editing and outsourcing easy and to provide a complete set of features to manage and monitor translation projects.
Thanks to the integration of the largest collaborative translation memory and statistical machine translation (SMT), users will likely get significantly more matches than with other CAT tools and translate faster.
MateCat Tool provides special support for glossary, concordances, and user-adaptive SMT.
For more information about MateCat and to get support please visit the official website.
The development of MateCat Tool was partially supported by the EC-funded project MateCat (ICT-2011.4.2-287688).
MateCat Tool is distributed under the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL).
Installation, configuration and usage instructions are available here.
Source code is available here.
If you intend to use the MateCat Tool for your research please cite:
Federico, Marcello, Nicola Bertoldi, Mauro Cettolo, Matteo Negri, Marco Turchi, Marco Trombetti, Alessandro Cattelan, Antonio Farina, Domenico Lupinetti, Andrea Martines, Alberto Massidda, Holger Schwenk, Loïc Barrault, Frederic Blain, Philipp Koehn, Christian Buck, and Ulrich Germann. 2014. “THE MATECAT TOOL”. Proceedings of COLING 2014: System Demonstrations, Dublin, Ireland, pp. 129–132. (pdf) (bibentry)