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Using International English to prepare technical text for translation
Proceedings Professional Communication Conference The New Face of Technical Communication: People, Processes, Products'
Communication and translation are facilitated when authors write in uncomplicated prose. Straightforward prose is easy to understand and translate; complicated, convoluted sentences and long, unpronounceable words make comprehension taxing and result in unintentional, yet often unavoidable, mistakes. Having recognized the need for documents in English that are easy to read and understand, the International Communication Committee at Los Alamos National Laboratory has been working, for the pastdoi:10.1109/ipcc.1993.593756 fatcat:6s7mppsogrdqtbnhq7o62egl6y