cdec: A decoder, alignment, and learning framework for finite-state and context-free translation models (2010)

by Chris Dyer , Adam Lopez , Juri Ganitkevitch , Jonathan Weese , Hendra Setiawan , Ferhan Ture , Vladimir Eidelman , Phil Blunsom , Philip Resnik
Venue:In Proceedings of ACL System Demonstrations
Citations:116 - 44 self

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