Toward Memory-based Translation

@inproceedings{Sato1990TowardMT,
  title={Toward Memory-based Translation},
  author={Satoshi Sato and Makoto Nagao},
  booktitle={COLING},
  year={1990}
}
An essential problem of example-based translation is how to utilize more than one translation example for translating one source sentence. This 1)aper proposes a method to solve this problem. We introduce tile representation, called .matching e,,z:pressio~z, which tel)resents the combination of fragments of translation examples. The translation process consists of three steps: (.1) Make the source matching expression from lhe source sentence. (2) TransDr the source matching expression into the… CONTINUE READING
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