Monthly Archives: May 2017

Percentage of ambiguous words in French sentence (from French to Corsican translation perspective)

What is the average percentage of ambiguous words in a French sentence (from a French to Corsican translation perspective). In the above example, this percentage amounts to 20/99 words = approximately 20%. Not all semantic ambiguities are taken into account here, so … Continue reading

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Disambiguation of two consecutive ambiguous words: ‘plusieurs mois’

Testing improved disambiguation engine. This is a special case of disambiguation of two consecutive ambiguous words. French ‘au terme de plusieurs mois’ translates into à u capu di parechji mesa (at the end of several months) in Corsican (taravese variant). … Continue reading

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Disambiguation of ‘vie’

We face here a special case of disambiguation: ‘un général byzantin du vie siècle’ (a Byzantine general of the sixth century) should translate: un generali bizantinu di u 6esimu seculu. French ‘vie’ is ambiguous between vita and 6esimu or VIesimu (life/sixth). In … Continue reading

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