Stochastic Finite-State models for Spoken Language Machine (2000)

by Yanslation Srinivas Bangalore , Srinivas Bangalore
Venue:In Proceedings of the Workshop on Embedded Machine Translation Systems
Citations:28 - 8 self

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24 A Finite-State Approach to Machine Translation – Srinivas Bangalore, Giuseppe Riccardi - 2001
5 Stone Soup Translation: The Linked Automata Model – Paul C. Davis - 2002
Syntactic Polysemy in Machine Translation – Elena B. Kozerenko
8 Finite-state Methods for Multimodal Parsing and Integration – Michael Johnston, Srinivas Bangalore - 2001
Compiling Boostexter Rules into a Finite-state Transducer – Srinivas Bangalore
57 Finite-state multimodal parsing and understanding – Michael Johnston - 2000
75 Regular expressions for language engineering – L. Karttunen, J-p. Chanod, G. Grefenstette, A. Schiller - 1996
96 Part-of-Speech Tagging and Partial Parsing – Steven Abney - 1996
1 Finite-State Transducer-based Statistical Machine Translation using Joint Probabilities – Srinivas Bangalore, Stephan Kanthak, Patrick Haffner - 2006
15 A hierarchical, hmm-based automatic evaluation of ocr accuracy for a digital library of books – Shaolei Feng, R. Manmatha
67 Learning Dependency Translation Models as Collections of Finite State Head Transducers – Hiyan Alshawi, Shona Douglas, Srinivas Bangalore - 2000
Spoken Translation, Inc. – Mark Seligman
Machine translation: half a century of research and use – W. John Hutchins
3 Machine translation: A concise history – W. John Hutchins - 2007
Association for Computational Linguistics. Interactive Chinese-to-English Speech Translation Based on Dialogue Management – Chengqing Zong, Bo Xu, Taiyi Huang
2 Automatic Sentence Structure Annotation for Spoken Language Processing – Dustin Lundring Hillard - 2008
2 Assigning Domains to Speech Recognition Hypotheses – Klaus R├╝ggenmann, Iryna Gurevych - 2004
A New Lexicon Optimization Method For Lvcsr Based On Linguistic And Acoustic Characteristics Of Words – Takahiro Shinozaki And, Takahiro Shinozaki, Sadaoki Furui - 2002
2 Conceptbased phrase spotting approach for spontaneous speech understanding – Tatsuya Kawahara