Ongoing Study for Enhancing Chinese-Spanish Translation with Morphology Strategies

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Chinese and Spanish have different morphology structures, which poses a big challenge for translating between this pair of languages. In this paper, we analyze several strategies to better generalize from the Chinese non-morphology-based language to the Spanish rich morphologybased language. Strategies use a first-step of Spanish morphology-based… (More)

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@inproceedings{CostaJuss2015OngoingSF, title={Ongoing Study for Enhancing Chinese-Spanish Translation with Morphology Strategies}, author={Marta R. Costa-Juss{\`a}}, booktitle={HyTra@ACL}, year={2015} }