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COLING
2008
11 years 11 months ago
Grammar Comparison Study for Translational Equivalence Modeling and Statistical Machine Translation
This paper presents a general platform, namely synchronous tree sequence substitution grammar (STSSG), for the grammar comparison study in Translational Equivalence Modeling (TEM)...
Min Zhang, Hongfei Jiang, Haizhou Li, AiTi Aw, She...
ACL
2007
11 years 11 months ago
Supertagged Phrase-Based Statistical Machine Translation
Until quite recently, extending Phrase-based Statistical Machine Translation (PBSMT) with syntactic structure caused system performance to deteriorate. In this work we show that i...
Hany Hassan, Khalil Sima'an, Andy Way
NAACL
2010
11 years 7 months ago
Why Synchronous Tree Substitution Grammars?
Synchronous tree substitution grammars are a translation model that is used in syntax-based machine translation. They are investigated in a formal setting and compared to a compet...
Andreas Maletti
EMNLP
2011
10 years 9 months ago
Quasi-Synchronous Phrase Dependency Grammars for Machine Translation
We present a quasi-synchronous dependency grammar (Smith and Eisner, 2006) for machine translation in which the leaves of the tree are phrases rather than words as in previous wor...
Kevin Gimpel, Noah A. Smith
EMNLP
2009
11 years 7 months ago
Feature-Rich Translation by Quasi-Synchronous Lattice Parsing
We present a machine translation framework that can incorporate arbitrary features of both input and output sentences. The core of the approach is a novel decoder based on lattice...
Kevin Gimpel, Noah A. Smith
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