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Interlingual Annotation for MT Development

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Interlingual Annotation for MT Development
MT systems that use only superficial representations, including the current generation of statistical MT systems, have been successful and useful. However, they will experience a plateau in quality, much like other “silver bullet” approaches to MT. We pursue work on the development of interlingual representations for use in symbolic or hybrid MT systems. In this paper, we describe the creation of an interlingua and the development of a corpus of semantically annotated text, to be validated in six languages and evaluated in several ways. We have established a distributed, well-functioning research methodology, designed a preliminary interlingua notation, created annotation manuals and tools, developed a test collection in six languages with associated English translations, annotated some 150 translations, and designed and applied various annotation metrics. We describe the data sets being annotated and the interlingual (IL) representation language which uses two ontologies and a sys...
Florence Reeder, Bonnie J. Dorr, David Farwell, Ni
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where AMTA
Authors Florence Reeder, Bonnie J. Dorr, David Farwell, Nizar Habash, Stephen Helmreich, Eduard H. Hovy, Lori S. Levin, Teruko Mitamura, Keith Miller, Owen Rambow, Advaith Siddharthan
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