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Practical Process for Determining Explainable, Rational Distortion Levels Providing Adequate IPP

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Translating service information into multiple human natural languages is a major expense for multinational corporations. Indeed corporations spend significant amounts to reduce their translation expense by managing the reuse text and its translation. The new frontier in reducing translation expense is translation avoidance, eliminating text through using illustrations and animations to communicate.

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Arnold Taube

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