Tag Archives: Corsican language

Writing differences between Corsican and Gallurese

Here are some writing differences between Corsican and Sardinian gallurese, that result from historical writing habits. These writing differences prevail, even when the words are the same: ghj is replaced by gghj: acciaghju (corsu), acciagghju (gallurese) , steel chj is … Continue reading

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How rule-based and statistical machine translation can help each other

Here are a few suggestions on how rule-based and statistical machine translation  can help each other: (This is a follow-up to the previous post) to begin with, rule-based and statistical machine translation are often contrasted and compared: it would be … Continue reading

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Rough typology of remaining errors

French to Corsican: performing on French wikipedia sample test currently amounts to 93% on average. Below is a rough typology of remaining errors (presumably an average of 95% performance should be attainable on the basis of correction of ‘easy’ tagged errors): … Continue reading

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Download Light version for Windows

Download the light version 1.1 for Windows of OKCHAKKO TRANSLATOR French to Corsican (cismuntincu-sartinesu-taravesu) for Windows (R) version 1.1 translates French into one of the three main variants of  Corsican language (cismuntincu, sartinesu, or taravesu)    

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A first 100%!

Now scoring 1 – 0/124 = 100%. Translated into Corsican ‘sartinesu’. Another Feigenbaum hit.

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French ‘fin’ followed by a year number: fixed

Tagger improvement: fixed this issue. French ‘l’Empire allemand’ now translates properly into l’Imperu alimanu (the German Empire). French word ‘fin’ is now identified as a preposition when followed by a year number. The above excerpt is translated into the ‘sartinesu’ … Continue reading

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Translation of preposition ‘à’ followed by noun phrase denoting a location

‘au stade de Wembley’ (at the Wembley Stadium) should translate in u stadiu di Wembley. We face the issue of the translation of preposition ‘à’ since ‘au’ is short for ‘à le’ (to the), in particular when ‘à’ is followed … Continue reading

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Accordance of past participe

Now scoring 1 – 2/129 = 98.44%. The issue of past participe’s accordance again: ‘une session du parlement tenue à Nuremberg’ (a session of the Parliament held in Nuremberg) should translate into una sessione di u parlamentu tenuta in Nuremberg. … Continue reading

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Past participe or present simple: the disambiguation of French ‘construit’

In the present case, it should read, custruitu à u seculu XII (built in the 12th century). The error relates to the disambiguation of French ‘construit’. It can translate into: custruitu (built): past participe, masculine, singular custruisce (builds): present simple, … Continue reading

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The disambiguation of French ‘fils’ again: scoring 98.42%

Scoring 1 – 2/127 = 98.42%. Of interest: ‘de 839 à sa mort’ (from 839 to his death) should read: da u 839 à a so morte. French ‘de’ translates either into di or into da in Corsican language (to … Continue reading

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