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Learning Words for Machine Translation MPMeister

Graham Neubig

生駒 : 奈良先端科学技術大学院大学, 2012.4

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1 MPMeister   Digital Library LA-I-R[Flash][Mobile] M009746 Regular 0
Contents Intro. : Machine translation is technology that allows computers to automatically translate between languages such as Japanese and English. This talk will first outline the very basics of how modern machine translation systems are able to translate sentences, and how the systems are made from bilingual text. Next, I will talk about word segmentation, the very first step in machine translation that divides sentences into words, and explain why this is important. Finally, I will talk about my work on automatically learning good "words" from natural text, and show machine translation results where automatically learned words allow for better translations than traditional methods.
Publication year : 2012
Form : 電子化映像資料(22分26秒)
Series title :

情報科学研究科・ゼミナール講演 ; 平成24年度

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奈良先端科学技術大学院大学 情報科学研究科 知能コミュニケーション研究室

講演日: 平成24年4月16日

講演場所: 情報科学研究科大講義室L1

Country of publication : Japan
Title language : English (eng)
Language of texts : Japanese (jpn)
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Neubig, Graham