How Could Rhetorical Relations Be Used In Machine Translation?

  title={How Could Rhetorical Relations Be Used In Machine Translation?},
  author={Ruslan Mitkov},
Paragraph-by-paragraph machine translation seems to be for now, an unjustifiably complicated task for practical needs. It involves the complete understanding of the paragraph, the determination of discourse topic(s), goals, intentions, so that the output can be produced in accordance with the respective discourse rules and purposes. However, recognizing topic, goal, intention by a computer program seems to be a very tough problem. Moreover, analyzing a paragraph is itself a complicated task… CONTINUE READING

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