The KANT Machine Translation System : From R & D to Initial Deployment 1

@inproceedings{Nyberg1997TheKM,
  title={The KANT Machine Translation System : From R & D to Initial Deployment 1},
  author={Eric Nyberg and Teruko Mitamura and Jaime G. Carbonell},
  year={1997}
}
The KANT system (Knowledge-based, Accurate Natural-language Translation) is a set of software tools for automatic and interactive analysis of source text and generation of target text ( Mi amura, et al., 1991). It has been primarily targeted towards the translation of technical text in controlled subdomains (Mitamura and Nyberg, 1995). Initially an outgrowth of research ideas following the completion of the KBMT-89 system at CMU ( Goodman and Nirenburg, 1990), KANT has been scaled up for… CONTINUE READING

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