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1998
Springer

Models of Co-occurrence

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Models of Co-occurrence
A model of co-occurrence in bitext is a boolean predicate that indicates whether a given pair of word tokens co-occur in corresponding regions of the bitext space. Co-occurrence is a precondition for the possibility that two tokens might be mutual translations. Models of cooccurrence are the glue that binds methods for mapping bitext correspondence with methods for estimating translation models into an integrated system for exploiting parallel texts. Di erent models of co-occurrence are possible, depending on the kind of bitext map that is available, the language-speci c information that is available, and the assumptions made about the nature of translational equivalence. Although most statistical translation models are based on models of co-occurrence, modeling co-occurrence correctly is more di cult than it may at rst appear.
I. Dan Melamed
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Type Journal
Year 1998
Where CORR
Authors I. Dan Melamed
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