Séminaires RALI-OLST

State of the art in Example-Based Machine Translation: An overview

Michael Carl

RALI, DIRO

Wednesday 20 March 2002 at 11:30 AM

Salle 3195, Pavillon André-Aisenstadt


Since Makoto Nagao first pronounced the ``machine translation by analogy principle'' in 1984 until now the so-called paradigm of ``Example-Based Machine Translation'' (EBMT) has emerged and developed the original idea. This talk gives an up-to-date overview of recent developments in the field partially based on the contributions of a workshop on EBMT last September. It will be shown that EBMT subsumes a number of heterogeneous approaches using a variety of methods and different sources of background knowledge.


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