The LRC machine translation system

@article{Bennett1985TheLM,
  title={The LRC machine translation system},
  author={Winfield S. Bennett and Jonathan Slocum},
  journal={Computational Linguistics},
  year={1985},
  volume={11},
  pages={111-121}
}
Austin is currently developing METAL, a fully-automatic high quality Machine Translation (MT) system. After outlining the history and status of the project, this paper discusses the system's projected application environment and briefly describes our general translation approach. After detailing the salient linguistic and computational techniques on which METAL is based, we consider some of the practical aspects of such an application, including experimental results that imply the system is now… CONTINUE READING
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