Apertium: a free/open-source platform for rule-based machine translation

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Apertium is a free/open-source platform for rule-based machine translation. It is being widely used to build machine translation systems for a variety of language pairs, especially in those cases (mainly with related-language pairs) where shallow transfer suffices to produce good quality translations, although it has also proven useful in assimilation… (More)
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@article{Forcada2011ApertiumAF, title={Apertium: a free/open-source platform for rule-based machine translation}, author={Mikel L. Forcada and Mireia Ginest{\'i}-Rosell and Jacob Nordfalk and Jim O'Regan and Sergio Ortiz-Rojas and Juan Antonio P{\'e}rez-Ortiz and Felipe S{\'a}nchez-Mart{\'i}nez and Gema Ram{\'i}rez-S{\'a}nchez and Francis M. Tyers}, journal={Machine Translation}, year={2011}, volume={25}, pages={127-144} }