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 == File Format of Machine Translation Candidates == == File Format of Machine Translation Candidates ==
  
-The format of MT output file is formally identical to the AS output file:+The format of MT output file is formally identical to the ASR output file:
  
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-Again, "​P"​artial candidates allow to revise your output so far and are fully optional (reducing latency). The "​C" ​complete ​candidates are required and the concatenation of all the "​C"​ candidates correspond exactly to the translation of the whole test document.+Again, "​P"​artial candidates allow to revise your output so far and are fully optional (reducing latency). The "​C"​omplete ​candidates are required and the concatenation of all the "​C"​ candidates correspond exactly to the translation of the whole test document.
  
 Timestamps have the same roles: **display time**, **start time**, **end time**. Display time is the time when the translation was produced by the MT system. Start time and end time indicate the span //in the source language speech// when the source of this segment was uttered. Timestamps have the same roles: **display time**, **start time**, **end time**. Display time is the time when the translation was produced by the MT system. Start time and end time indicate the span //in the source language speech// when the source of this segment was uttered.