Machine translation: how far can it go?
Translation systems employing computers are now readily available from several manufacturers such as NEC and Fujitsu. They are employed in the translation of technical literature in Japan, meteorological information in Canada, and conference proceedings in the European Community. This compact book provides a lucid account of the process of machine translation. It describes the most recent developments in MT systems and makes suggestions for the utilization of these systems.
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Sentence analysis and translation
Problems in syntactic analysis
The role of semantics in the analysis of sentence
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