We're off to Nice this weekend to the 2017 II-SDV Conference in Nice, 24 - 25 April 2017. We are going to catch up with the latest developments and also taking with us our latest development, SpanMatch, which is what we will be talking about in Atlanta next month. This is a numerical search program specifically aimed at finding and calculating ranges against a given specification.
We developed it in association with David Goodchild, of David Goodchild Limited, whom we met in Madrid. We extended the initial English language version to cover Chinese, Japanese and Korean when we saw the state of some of the machine translations into English. You can find illustrations of it in use on the Patent links on the site.
We also hope to talk about possible contributions we can make to the improvement of machine translation from our background in multilingual concordancing.