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Machine Translation Papers

The following linguistic papers relate to Machine Translation:

  1. by Hiyan Alshawi. Qualitative and quantitative methods in speech translation. . [alshawi]
  2. by Francis Bond, Kentaro Ogura, and Satoru Ikehara. Countability and number in japanese-to-english machine translation. . COLING '94, August 1994. [bond]
  3. by Arturo Trujillo. Bi-lexical rules for multi-lexeme translation in lexicalist MT. . Also in the Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Theoretical and Methodological Issues in Machine Translation - TMI-95, Leuven, Belgium, July 1995, pp. 48-66. [tmi95]
  4. by Ann Copestake, Dan Flickinger, and Rob Malouf, Susanne. Translation with minimal recursion semantics. Riehemann and Ivan Sag. Also in the Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Theoretical and Methodological Issues in Machine Translation - TMI-95, Leuven, Belgium, July 1995.. [dan]
  5. by Beryl Hoffman (Cog.Sci., Edinburgh). Translating into free word order languages. May 1996. [9604020]
  6. by Arturo Trujillo and Simon Berry. Connectivity in bag generation. May 1996. [9604024]
  7. by Fred Popowich. A chart generator for shake and bake machine translation. May 1996. [9605017]
  8. by Michael Carl. Complex adaptation for decomposition: a view on EBMT. . [embt-iai]


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