Machine Translation Systems, 1988



Machine Translation Systems

by Jonathan Slocum 1988

E-Book: 352 pages

Publisher: Cambridge University Press (1998)

Language: English

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Machine translation systems is a successful attempt at presenting the breadth of issues on machine translation from the most relevant of perspectives, namely the systems that exist. The orientation toward presenting the research platform systems, the prototypical systems, and the systems in use enhances the current efforts toward finding the common ground between researchers and implementers. Such convergence leads to fresh insight for the implementers, and, for the researchers, solutions to the practical but vexing problems that the production systems have already solved.

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