Introduction to Machine Translation

author: Joan Andreu Sanchez, Technical University of Valencia (UPV)
published: March 31, 2011,   recorded: February 2011,   views: 5548


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Machine Translation has evolved notably in the last two decades. This talk introduces the main concepts related to Machine Translation. First, IBM word alignment models are described. Then, phrase-based models are explained as a natural extension of word alignment models. Finally, syntactic approaches are presented in order to deal with language pairs with different syntactic structure.

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