Machine translation: a knowledge-based approach
This is the first book devoted exclusively to knowledge-based machine translation. While most approaches to the machine translation for natural languages seek ways to translate source language texts into target language texts without full understanding of the text, knowledge-based machine translation is based on extracting and representing the meaning of the source text. It is scientifically the most challenging approach to the task of machine translation, and significant progress has been achieved within it in recent years.
The authors introduce the general paradigm of knowledge-based MT, survey major recent developments, compare it with other approaches and present a paradigmatic view of its component processes
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Machine Translation: Theoretical and Methodological Issues
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Treatment of Meaning in MT Systems
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Grading Knowledge: Extracting Degree Information from Texts, Issue 1744
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Sues in MT and the stands on these issues taken in the KBMT approach. The most important is the issue of transfer versus interlingua
Machine Translation: A Knowledge-Based Approach. Machine Translation. Purchase this Book. Source. Pages: 250. Medium: Hardcover. Year of Publication: 1994 ...
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Machine translation: a knowledge-based approach. Morgan Kaufmann, San Mateo, CA, 1992. Sergei Nirenburg and Robert Frederking. Toward multi-engine machine ...
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Representing text meaning for multilingual knowledge-based machine ...
REPRESENTING TEXT MEANING FOR MULTILINGUAL. KNOWLEDGE-BASED MACHINE TRANSLATION. Lynn M. Carlson. Elizabeth L. Cooper. us Department of Defense ...
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Integrated authoring and translation system - US Patent 5677835
... translation and the specific design and operation of the modules described above see Nirenburg et al., Machine Translation: A Knowledge-Based Approach,
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1. Introduction. Translation differs from the wider domain of communication in two ways: the. mediating presence of the translator and the equivalence ...
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