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EMNLP
2009
11 years 5 months ago
Synchronous Tree Adjoining Machine Translation
Tree Adjoining Grammars have well-known advantages, but are typically considered too difficult for practical systems. We demonstrate that, when done right, adjoining improves tran...
Steve DeNeefe, Kevin Knight
COLING
1990
11 years 9 months ago
Using Lexicalized Tags for Machine Translation
Lexicalized Tree Adjoining Grammar (LTAG) is an attractive formalism for linguistic description mainly because cff its extended domain of locality and its factoring recursion out ...
Anne Abeillé, Yves Schabes, Aravind K. Josh...
EACL
2006
ACL Anthology
11 years 9 months ago
Unifying Synchronous Tree Adjoining Grammars and Tree Transducers via Bimorphisms
We place synchronous tree-adjoining grammars and tree transducers in the single overarching framework of bimorphisms, continuing the unification of synchronous grammars and tree t...
Stuart M. Shieber
ACL
2011
10 years 11 months ago
Adjoining Tree-to-String Translation
We introduce synchronous tree adjoining grammars (TAG) into tree-to-string translation, which converts a source tree to a target string. Without reconstructing TAG derivations exp...
Yang Liu, Qun Liu, Yajuan Lü
ACL
2009
11 years 5 months ago
A Statistical Machine Translation Model Based on a Synthetic Synchronous Grammar
Recently, various synchronous grammars are proposed for syntax-based machine translation, e.g. synchronous context-free grammar and synchronous tree (sequence) substitution gramma...
Hongfei Jiang, Muyun Yang, Tiejun Zhao, Sheng Li, ...
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