Findings of the 2016 Conference on Machine Translation

  title={Findings of the 2016 Conference on Machine Translation},
  author={Ondrej Bojar and Rajen Chatterjee and Christian Federmann and Yvette Graham and Barry Haddow and Matthias Huck and Antonio Jimeno-Yepes and Philipp Koehn and Varvara Logacheva and Christof Monz and Matteo Negri and Aur{\'e}lie N{\'e}v{\'e}ol and Mariana L. Neves and Martin Popel and Matt Post and Rapha{\"e}l Rubino and Carolina Scarton and Lucia Specia and Marco Turchi and Karin M. Verspoor and Marcos Zampieri},
This paper presents the results of the WMT16 shared tasks, which included five machine translation (MT) tasks (standard news, IT-domain, biomedical, multimodal, pronoun), three evaluation tasks (metrics, tuning, run-time estimation of MT quality), and an automatic post-editing task and bilingual document alignment task. This year, 102 MT systems from 24 institutions (plus 36 anonymized online systems) were submitted to the 12 translation directions in the news translation task. The IT-domain… CONTINUE READING
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