A Knowledge-Based Machine Translation Using AI Technique

  title={A Knowledge-Based Machine Translation Using AI Technique},
  author={Sahar A. El-Rahman and Tarek El-Shishtawy and Raafat El-Kammar},
  journal={Int. J. Softw. Innov.},
This article presents a realistic technique for the machine aided translation system. In this technique, the system dictionary is partitioned into a multi-module structure for fast retrieval of Arabic features of English words. Each module is accessed through an interface that includes the necessary morphological rules, which directs the search toward the proper sub-dictionary. Another factor that aids fast retrieval of Arabic features of words is the prediction of the word category, and… 
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