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What is it?

Translation Memory Exchange. An XML-based standard that facilitates the exchange of data between different translation memory (TM) tools.

Why is it important?

The capability of moving data between different tools makes TMX important to the industry. However, its flexibility can limit its applicability, because tool vendors often create variants, which can hinder interoperability.

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What is it?

Segmentation Rules eXchange. An open XML-based standard that describes how translation and other language-processing tools should split text fragments for processing.

Why is it important?

SRX helps in achieving better translation reuse at the sentence level from translation memory (TM) engines.

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