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A Computer-Assisted Translation Tool based on Finite-State Technology. Proc. of EAMT'06, 2006. pp. 33-40.The Computer-Assisted Translation (CAT) paradigm tries to integrate human expertise into the automatic translation process. In this paradigm, a human translator interacts with a translation system that dynamically offers a list of translations that best completes the part of the sentence that is being translated. This human-machine sinergy aims at a double goal, to increase translator productivity and ease translators' work. In this paper, we present a CAT system based on stochastic finite-state transducer technology. This system has been developed and assessed on two real parallel corpora in the framework of the European project TransType2 (TT2).