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In this paper, we describe FBK’s neural machine translation (NMT) systems submitted at the International Workshop on Spoken Language Translation (IWSLT) 2016. The systems are based on the state-of-the-art NMT architecture that is equipped with a bi-directional encoder and an attention mechanism in the decoder. They leverage linguistic information such as(More)
This paper describes the system by FBK HLT-MT for cross-lingual semantic textual similarity measurement. Our approach is based on supervised regression with an ensemble decision tree. In order to assign a semantic similarity score to an input sentence pair, the model combines features collected by state-of-the-art methods in machine translation quality(More)
We address the problem of automatically cleaning a translation memory (TM) by identifying problematic translation units (TUs). In this context, we treat as “problematic TUs” those containing useless translations from the point of view of the user of a computer-assisted translation tool. We approach TM cleaning both as a supervised and as an unsupervised(More)
The necessity of using a fixed-size word vocabulary in order to control the model complexity in state-of-the-art neural machine translation (NMT) systems is an important bottleneck on performance, especially for morphologically rich languages. Conventional methods that aim to overcome this problem by using sub-word or character-level representations solely(More)
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