A Similarity-Driven Transfer System

@inproceedings{Watanabe1992AST,
  title={A Similarity-Driven Transfer System},
  author={H. Watanabe},
  booktitle={COLING},
  year={1992}
}
  • H. Watanabe
  • Published in COLING 1992
  • Computer Science
  • The transfer phase in machine translation (MT) systems has been considered to be more complicated than analysis and generation, since it is inherently a conglomeration of individual lexical rules. Currently some attempts are being made to use case-based reasoning in machine translation, that is, to make decisions on the basis of translation examples at appropriate points in MT. This paper proposes a new type of transfer system, called a Similarity-driven Transfer System (Sim Tran), for use in… CONTINUE READING
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