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Simultaneous Interpreting of Cultural References
Cultural misunderstandings can lead to serious problems especially when dealing with the political discourse of iconic leaders, such as Former President Muammar Gaddafi of Libya. Inaccurate rendition for any political ...
Translation by Propagandist Media MEMRI as a Case Study
The Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) TV is a media agency which portrays, to an English-speaking audience, a stereotypical representation of Islam through subjective and selective translation. Despite its ...
Cohesion and Coherence in Translation
On Some Applications of the Maximum Principles to a Variety of Elliptic and Parabolic Problems
One of the most important and useful tools used in the study of partial differential equations is the maximum principle. This principle is a natural extension to higher dimensions of an elementary fact of calculus: any ...
Girls of Riyadh: Issues of Translation and Ideology
Ideology interference is said to be unavoidable in translation, since translation is subjective by definition. However, when the translator's ideology interferes in the translation process to the extent of changing the ...
Through These Veins: Translation and Commentary
This thesis investigates translation problems and strategies by carrying out an Arabic translation of a literary text taken from the novel Through These Veins, by Ann Marie Ruff, and by discussing the challenges and the ...
Churchill's Iron Curtain Speech: Translation and Commentary
Although Winston Churchill wrote some of the greatest speeches of the twentieth century, few of those speeches or only fragments of them have been translated into Arabic. This thesis is a translation and commentary of one ...
Neural Networks as a Convex Problem
We reformulated the problem of training the neural networks model into a convex optimization problem by performing a local quadratic expansion of the cost function and adding the necessary constraints. We designed a new ...