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Semantic disambiguation of French ‘femme’: in the mud, gold is still shining

  In Corsican language, French word ‘femme’ can be translated, depending on the context either into donna (woman) or into moglia (wife) The above sample still contains a lot of vocabulary and grammatical disambiguation errors (easy/medium difficulty), but it handles … Continue reading

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What are the conditions for a given endangered language to be a candidate for rule-based machine translation?

What are the conditions for a given endangered language to be a candidate for rule-based machine translation? For a given endangered language to be a candidate for rule-based machine translation, some requirements are in order. There is notably need for: a … 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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