Ana Paula Quirino Simões

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Abstract We report on a new approach to grapheme–phoneme transduction for large-scale German spoken language corpus resources using explicit morphotactic and graphotactic models. Finite state optimisation techniques are introduced to reduce lexicon development and production time, with a speed increase factor of 10. The motivation for this tool is the(More)
We propose to use inversion transduction grammars (ITGs) for automatic constituency bracketing and identification of phrasal equivalents in bilingual, sententiallyaligned Japanese-English corpus and German-English corpora. ITGs were originally developed by Wu (1995b,d,a,c), who tested them on an English-Chinese aligned corpus. An ITG consists of a binary(More)
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