An Example-Based Approach to Translating Sign Language (2005)

by Sara Morrissey
Venue:In Workshop Example-Based Machine Translation (MT X–05
Citations:29 - 3 self

Active Bibliography

2 Combining Data-Driven MT Systems for Improved Sign Language Translation – Sara Morrissey, Andy Way
4 2006. Lost in Translation: the Problems of Using Mainstream MT Evaluation Metrics for Sign Language Translation – Sara Morrissey, Andy Way - 2006
8 An Exploration of Data-driven Machine Translation for Sign Languages – Sara Morrissey, Translating From German Sl - 2008
2 Web-Based Machine Translation – Andy Way, Alex Clark, Chris Fox, This June - 2003
Translation Pattern Extraction and Recombination for Example-Based Machine Translation – Kevin Mctait - 2001
Combining Semantic and Syntactic Generalization in Example-Based Machine Translation – Sarah Ebling, Andy Way, Martin Volk, Sudip Kumar Naskar
unknown title – unknown authors
1 Study of Example Based English to Sanskrit Machine Translation – Vimal Mishra, R. B. Mishra
9 Inferring Shallow-Transfer Machine Translation Rules from Small Parallel Corpora – Felipe Sánchez-martínez, Mikel L. Forcada, Departament De Llenguatges I Sistemes
9 Example-based Machine Translation of the Basque Language – Declan Groves, Andy Way - 2006
305 An Introduction to Machine Translation – Harold Somers - 1992
Assistive Translation Technology for Deaf People: Translating into and Animating Irish Sign Language – Sara Morrissey
The Linguistics of American Sign Language...............................................................3 – Matthew P. Huenerfauth - 2003
8 Spatial representation of classifier predicates for machine translation into american sign language – Matt Huenerfauth - 2004
Bridging the gap: Thai- Thai Sign Machine Translation – Srisavakon Dangsaart, Nick Cercone, Kanlaya Naruedomkul, Booncharoen Sirinaovakul
Assessing Three Representation Methods for Sign Language Machine Translation and Evaluation – Sara Morrissey
Ninth Machine Translation Summit – unknown authors - 2003
Bilingual Example Segmentation based on Markers Hypothesis – Alberto Simões, José João Almeida
4 Wrapper syntax for example-based machine translation – Karolina Owczarzak, Bart Mellebeek, Declan Groves, Josef Van, Genabith Andy Way - 2006