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Wloka, Bartholomäus (2012): 35_MoMM2010_Full_Wloka.pdf. figshare.

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In this paper we introduce a comprehensive framework for a ubiquitous translation and language learning environment utilizing the capabilities of modern cell phone technology. We present a partial first realization of this framework: an application for learning Japanese characters and Japanese- English translation; the latter is based on results from our previous work. For the implementation, we have used the open-source Maemo platform on the Nokia N900, a state-of-the-art mobile device. We present the architecture of our framework, our current state of implementation, and the findings we have gathered so far.


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