Nobody is Perfect: ATR’s Hybrid Approach to Spoken Language Translation (2005)

by Michael Paul , Takao Doi , Youngsook Hwang , Kenji Imamura , Hideo Okuma , Eiichiro Sumita
Venue:In Proc. of IWSLT
Citations:7 - 1 self

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