Active Bibliography

CELCT GROUP Technologies – Yu Chen, Andreas Eisele, Christian Federmann, Jellinghaus Silke Theison, Ist Deliverable D, Silke Theison, Prof Hans Uszkoreit - 2007
12 A Survey of Current Paradigms in Machine Translation – Bonnie J. Dorr, Pamela W. Jordan, John W. Benoit
4 Predictive Models of Performance in Multi-Engine Machine Translation – Tadashi Nomoto - 2003
1 Multi-Engine Machine Translation with an Open-Source Decoder for Statistical Machine Translation – Yu Chen, Andreas Eisele, Christian Federmann, Eva Hasler, Michael Jellinghaus, Silke Theison
3 First Steps towards Multi-Engine Machine Translation – Andreas Eisele - 2005
4 Edit Distance: A Metric for Machine Translation Evaluation – Mark Przybocki, Gregory S, Audrey Le - 2006
Coverage – Alon Lavie - 2007
With acknowledged contributions from Silja Hildebrand – Alon Lavie, Kenneth Heafield Goals - 2013
8 System combination for machine translation of spoken and written language – Evgeny Matusov, Student Member, Gregor Leusch, Rafael E. Banchs, Nicola Bertoldi, Daniel Déchelotte, Marcello Federico, Muntsin Kolss, Young-suk Lee, José B. Mariño, Matthias Paulik, Student Member, Salim Roukos, Holger Schwenk, Hermann Ney, Senior Member - 2008
8 Multi-Engine Machine Translation by Recursive Sentence Decomposition – Bart Mellebeek, Josef Van Genabith - 2006
13 An empirical study on computing consensus translations from multiple machine translation systems – Wolfgang Macherey, Google Inc - 2007
TransBooster: Black Box Optimisation of . . . – Bart Mellebeek - 2007
49 Arabic preprocessing schemes for statistical machine translation – Fatiha Sadat - 2006
49 Computing consensus translation from multiple machine translation systems using enhanced hypotheses alignment – Evgeny Matusov, Nicola Ueffing, Hermann Ney
14 Combination of Arabic Preprocessing Schemes for Statistical – Fatiha Sadat, Nizar Habash
Why Machine Translation – Alon Lavie, Jaime Carbonell, Lori Levin, Bob Frederking, Erik Peterson, Christian Monson, Ariadna Font-llitjos, Alison Alvarez, Roberto Aranovich, Kathrin Probst - 2005
19 wEBMT: Developing and Validating an Example-Based Machine Translation System using the World Wide Web – Andy Way, Nano Gough - 2003
17 Multi-engine machine translation with voted language model – Tadashi Nomoto - 2004
Distributed Listening: A Parallel Processing Approach to Automatic Speech Recognition – Yolanda Mcmillian, Juan E. Gilbert