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Apertium: An open source translation engine

Apertium: An open source translation engine

Posted Dec 16, 2011 16:02 UTC (Fri) by n8willis (subscriber, #43041)
In reply to: Apertium: An open source translation engine by kleptog
Parent article: Apertium: An open source translation engine

That would be Statistical or example-based MT. The approaches are different enough that they don't mix into a single algorithm -- although a complete MT tool could certainly incorporate more than one method, then somehow attempt to merge the results.

Nate


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Apertium: An open source translation engine

Posted Dec 16, 2011 23:38 UTC (Fri) by jimregan (guest, #81866) [Link]

Combining SMT, EBMT and RBMT is quite an active area of research at the moment. It goes by a number of names, but 'Hybrid MT' is the most popular. Hybrid systems which used Apertium as one of their components did quite well in the WMT evaluations this year and last.

Mikel Forcada (the instigator of the Apertium project) maintains a list of open source MT systems of all kinds here: http://www.computing.dcu.ie/~mforcada/fosmt.html


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