Aims and scope

Please note that Machine Translation will merge with Language Resources and Evaluation after the publication of the fourth issue of 2021. If you would like to submit your work on any of the topics below, please send it to Language Resources and Evaluation: https://www.springer.com/journal/10579. 

Machine Translation publishes original research papers on all aspects of MT, including (but not restricted to):

- Statistical MT

- Neural MT

- Example-Based MT

- Rule-Based MT

- Hybrid MT

- Spoken Language Translation

- Discriminative MT

- Evaluation in MT

- MT Applications

- MT Use-Cases

- Computer-Assisted Translation

- Multilingual Corpus Resources

- Tools for translators

- The role of technology in translator training

- MT and language teaching

In addition, Machine Translation welcomes papers with a multilingual aspect from other areas of Computational Linguistics and Language Engineering, including:

- text composition and generation

- information retrieval

- natural language interfaces

- dialogue systems

- message understanding systems

- discourse phenomena

- text mining

- knowledge engineering

- contrastive linguistics

- morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics

- computer-aided language instruction and learning

- software localization and internationalization

Machine Translation regularly focuses on issues of special interest, features a regular Book Review section, and welcomes other contributions of interest to the wide readership of the journal.