1. Articles in category: Machine Translation

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    1. Language Weaver CTO Says Improvements to Statistical Machine Translation Expand Opportunities for Government Customers

      LOS ANGELES----Language Weaver Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer Daniel Marcu said today that rapid advancements in the field of software-based statistical translation are providing government customers with a range of new, more powerful translation solutions.
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    2. System and method for performing analysis on word variants

      BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTIONThe present invention is related to natural language processing. More particularly, the present invention is related to natural language systems and methods for processing words and associated word-variant forms, such as verb-clitic forms, inone of a range of languages, for example Spanish, when they are encountered in a textual input.Numerous natural language processing applications rely upon a lexicon for operation. Such applications include word breaking (for search
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    3. BBN Technologies Awarded $5 Million in DoD Funding to Advance Rapid Processing of Chinese

      BBN Technologies, an advanced technology solutions firm, announced today it has been awarded $5 million in additional funding by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) in year three of the five-year Global Autonomous Language Exploitation (GALE) program. The goal of GALE is to develop and apply software technologies to transcribe speech, translate both speech and text, and distill ...
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    4. A method of creating new valency entries

      Abstract  Information on subcategorization and selectional restrictions in a valency dictionary is important for natural language processing tasks such as monolingual parsing, accurate rule-based machine translation and automatic summarization. In this paper we present an efficient method of assigning valency information and selectional restrictions to entries in a bilingual dictionary, based on information in an existing valency dictionary. The method is based on two assumptions: words with similar meaning have similar subcategorization frames and selectional restrictions; and words with the same translations have similar meanings. Based on these assumptions, new valency entries are constructed for words in a plain bilingual ...
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    5. Tongue Twisters - Asia Online and Clay Tablet intertwine CMS with SMT

      Asia Online and Clay Tablet technologies agree to link Asia Online's Statistical Machine Translation platform to the popular Clay Tablet 2.0 system to allow seamless integration with enterprises content management and translation management solutions. The agreement effectively enables any content in an organization's CMS to be translated into more than 200 different language pairs.
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