Monthly Archives: April 2017

Gender reversal: masculine to feminine

Here is a series of words that are masculine in French and feminine in Corsican language (taravese variant).

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Gender reversal: feminine to masculine

French to Corsican (taravese variant): here is a list of words that are changing from feminine to masculine.

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French to English: handling adjective order

Now beginning to handle adjective order in French to English translation: ‘un peintre russe juif’: un pittori russiu ghjudeiu (a Russian Jewish painter)

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Word-sense disambiguation: first test of new engine

Now testing the new engine with the semantically ambiguous French ‘échecs’ = fiaschi/scacchi (failures/chess). What is interesting here is that semantic disambiguation transfers successfully into English (although the French/English engine is still in its infancy as there are still a … Continue reading

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Feigenbaum test and semantic disambiguation

Now it is patent that there cannot be successful  Feigenbaum test (i.e. not only occasional Feigenbaum hits, but regular and average performance) without an adequate treatment of semantic disambiguation. Arguably, it is one hard problem of machine translation. Here are some … Continue reading

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