Keyword lists are corpora that contain key terminology entries. You can use keyword lists to dynamically change the translations of words/terms based on the entries in the lists. Ensure that only real keywords are used and avoid generic words and words that may have different meanings.
What format can be used for a keyword list?
You can use corpora in CSV, TBX, and TSV format. The keyword list can contain words or phrases.
What happens in the case of changes or updates to keyword lists?
Keyword lists can be changed and updated when updating an engine. If the only change made to an engine is in the keyword list(s), no retraining is required. The changes will take effect immediately once the engine has been saved. Please note that in this scenario, a new version of the engine will be created.
What kind of engines are supported?
Currently, keyword lists can be used in domain-adapted, AI-boosted engines.
The purpose of the keyword list is to change the priority of translations for a specific term or phrase, even if it appears differently in the training data.
However, you should avoid adding large, complex term bases or terminology lists. You should also avoid using homonyms or very basic words.
The best sources for terminology, especially in the case of homonyms and basic words, are still clean and consistent master corpora. Keyword lists should only be used to fine-tune translation results for critical terms and phrases.