Machine Translation and the Lexicon: Third International EAMT Workshop, Heidelberg, Germany, April 26-28, 1993. Proceedings

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Springer Science & Business Media, Mar 6, 1995 - Computers - 251 pages
This volume constitutes the proceedings of the Third International Workshop of the European Association for Machine Translation, held in Heidelberg, Germany in April 1993. The EAMT Workshops traditionally aim at bringing together researchers, developers, users, and others interested in the field of machine or computer-assisted translation research, development and use.
The volume presents thoroughly revised versions of the 15 best workshop contributions together with an introductory survey by the volume editor. The presentations are centered primarily on questions of acquiring, sharing, and managing lexical data, but also address aspects of lexical description.
 

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Contents

An Evaluation
19
Description and Acquisition of Multiword Lexemes
35
The Acquisition and Representation of Terminology
51
The Cambridge Language Survey
77
MemoryBased Lexical Acquisition and Processing
85
Typed Feature Formalisms as a Common Basis for Linguistic Specification
101
European Efforts Towards Standardizing Language Resources
121
Machine Translation and Terminology Database Uneasy Bedfellows?
131
A Generic Lexical Model
141
An Integrated Environment for Lexicon and Terminology Management
159
The Use of Terminological Knowledge Bases in Software Localisation
175
Navigation through Terminological Databases
189
Descriptive Parameters
203
Perception Vocabulary in Five Languages Towards an Analysis Using Frame Elements
219
Relating Parallel Monolingual Lexicon Fragments for Translation Purposes
231
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