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The LRC machine translation system

Jonathan Slocum
1982 ACM SIGART Bulletin  
The Linguistics Research Center (LRC) of the University of Texas at Austin is currently developing METAL, a fully-automatic high quality Machine Translation (MT) system.  ...  After detailing the salient linguistic and computational techniques on which METAL is based, we consider some of the practical aspects of such an application, including experimental results that imply  ...  HISTORY AND STATUS Machine translation research at the LRC began with the founding of the center in 1961. For much of the history of this research, funding came from the U.S.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1056663.1056707 fatcat:a3vreiteyvajza7zifot7r5xge

The LRC machine translation system

Winfield S. Bennett
1982 Proceedings of the 9th conference on Computational linguistics -   unpublished
The Linguistics Research Center (LRC) of the University of Texas at Austin is currently developing METAL, a fully-automatic high quality Machine Translation (MT) system.  ...  After detailing the salient linguistic and computational techniques on which METAL is based, we consider some of the practical aspects of such an application, including experimental results that imply  ...  HISTORY AND STATUS Machine translation research at the LRC began with the founding of the center in 1961. For much of the history of this research, funding came from the U.S.  ... 
doi:10.3115/990100.990105 fatcat:iiudgqcfkjbfhnqqvinj6awm2e

Evaluación de explotación de METAL X-Kernel v.3.0.3

Antonio Barreñada García
1997 Philología Hispalensis  
Starting from a brief historical introduction and short description we have attempted to put fmward an assessment of the· running, performance and development of the Machine Translation system METAL X-Kernel  ...  It has been done from the point of view of a linguist user taking into account the suitability of the tooL La idea, el concepto de TA (Traducción Automática) podría comprender desde la restringida referencia  ...  En palabras de Thomas Schneider, cualificado miembro de la Compañía: "In an attempt to solve this in-house problem, Siemens became involved in the arca of machine translation.  ... 
doi:10.12795/ph.1997.v11.i02.13 fatcat:nipoqskfurhwhldavb6ykqdt5e

Development of Mechanisms for Automatic Correction of Industrial Complex Tools in the Preprocessing of Laser Welding for Small-Scale and Piece Production Using Computer Vision

Rodionov Dmitry, Lyukhter Alexander, Prokoshev Valery
2020 Machines  
This paper is devoted to the development and improvement of mechanisms for the functioning of an automated system for correcting the points of the planned trajectory of the tool of a laser robotic welding  ...  To transfer the correct position, we formalized the calculation model and chose an arbitrary point in the flat image in the workspace laser robotic welding complex, considering the orientation of the tool  ...  The position of an arbitrary point of a flat image is translated into the space of an industrial complex by the transformation: Figure 18 . 18 Image coordinate system.  ... 
doi:10.3390/machines8040086 fatcat:6wrckwwu7bew3ksvlknytdom34

Page 119 of Computational Linguistics Vol. 15, Issue 2 [page]

1989 Computational Linguistics  
It is followed by Jonathan Slocum’s account of the development of the METAL system at the Linguistics Research Center (LRC) of the University of Texas.  ...  , Volume 15, Number 2, June 1989 Machine Translation Today: The State of the Art (Proceedings of the Third Lugano Tutorial, April 1984) (sometimes seemingly intractable) complexities of lin- guistic analysis  ... 

Interplay Between Hierarchy and Centrality in Complex Networks

Stephany Rajeh, Marinette Savonnet, Eric Leclercq, Hocine Cherifi
2020 IEEE Access  
Hierarchy and centrality are two popular notions used to characterize the importance of entities in complex systems.  ...  A series of experiments is performed in order to evaluate the combinations of 6 centrality measures with 4 hierarchy measures across 28 diverse real-world networks with varying topological characteristics  ...  The elementary parts of the system are divided into groups that are further divided into groups and so on until the core of the system is reached.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.3009525 fatcat:3zwrveosijcjrcmc7r2jlba3je

Machine Translation

Jonathan Slocum
1984 Proceedings of the 22nd annual meeting on Association for Computational Linguistics -  
Elements ot the history, state of the art, and probable future of Machine Translation (MT) are discussed.  ...  The conclusions concern the seeming permanence of the translation problem, and potential re-integration of MT with mainstream Computational Linguistics.  ...  The Human Translation Context When evaluating the feasibility or desirability of Machine Translation, one should consider the endeavor in light of the facts of human translation for like purposes.  ... 
doi:10.3115/980491.980607 dblp:conf/coling/Slocum84 fatcat:a5c5yhog3ffqnplplefroonbhi

Machine Translation: A Brief History [chapter]

W. John Hutchins
1995 Concise History of the Language Sciences  
After an outline of basic features, the history of machine translation is traced from the pioneers and early systems of the 1950s and 1960s, the impact of the ALPAC report in the mid-1960s, the revival  ...  Machine translation is not primarily an area of abstract intellectual inquiry but the application of computer and language sciences to the development of systems answering practical needs.  ...  However, the first product of Eurolang has not been an MT system as such but a translator's workstation, the Optimizer, which incorporates an MT module (not just for METAL but also for the Logos systems  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-08-042580-1.50066-0 fatcat:4q6whhjtojdw7ko3oykwyljnoa

Machine Translation over fifty years

W. John Hutchins
2001 Histoire Epistémologie Langage  
The history of machine translation is described from its beginnings in the 1940s to the present day.  ...  After the ALPAC report in 1966, which virtually ended MT research in the US for more than a decade, research focussed on the development of systems requiring human assistance for producing translations  ...  Efforts were made to devise reversible grammars to achieve bi-directional translation within an essentially 'syntactic transfer' approach, laying foundations for the later development of the METAL system  ... 
doi:10.3406/hel.2001.2815 fatcat:rqp2jhwckrbp7f3xtpqelo4jye

A short guide to post-editing [article]

Jean Nitzke, Silvia Hansen-Schirra
2021 Zenodo  
Machine translation (MT) systems automatically transfer one language to another within seconds. However, MT systems are very often still not capable of producing perfect translations.  ...  PE has become an established task on the professional translation market. The aim of this text book is to provide basic knowledge about the most relevant topics in professional PE.  ...  -METAL System Already in the 1970s, Siemens started working on a transfer approach for a machine translation system together with the LRC (Linguistic Research Centre) in Texas.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5646895 fatcat:z7zercnrpjbfxemwuxoo4clw7u

The Four Cs of Psychological Wellbeing: Lessons from Three Decades of Computer-based Environmental Enrichment

David Washburn
2015 Animal Behavior and Cognition  
the LRC from machine-coded systems to new Commodore 64 computers and the BASIC-language platform for joystick-based game-like computerized tasks.]  ...  In particular, he noted the apes' apparent enjoyment of a relatively new research paradigm that was being used at the LRC.  ...  Acknowledgments The research summarized here was supported by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (HD060563 and HD38051), by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (  ... 
doi:10.12966/abc.08.02.2015 fatcat:uf3fkp6gtbcxlbz4a3c33vl7oe

Machine Learning for Head and Neck Cancer: A Safe Bet?—A Clinically Oriented Systematic Review for the Radiation Oncologist

Stefania Volpe, Matteo Pepa, Mattia Zaffaroni, Federica Bellerba, Riccardo Santamaria, Giulia Marvaso, Lars Johannes Isaksson, Sara Gandini, Anna Starzyńska, Maria Cristina Leonardi, Roberto Orecchia, Daniela Alterio (+1 others)
2021 Frontiers in Oncology  
The quality of the included studies was rated by an adapted version of the qualitative checklist originally developed by Luo et al.  ...  The purpose of this clinically oriented systematic review is to illustrate the potential and limitations of the most commonly used ML models in solving everyday clinical issues in head and neck cancer  ...  dental metal artifacts.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fonc.2021.772663 pmid:34869010 pmcid:PMC8637856 fatcat:gjlgknmscfbknp2npt3yzs5wvu

Automatic generation of language-based tools using the LISA system

P.R. Henriques, M.J.V. Pereira, M. Mernik, M. Leni, J. Gray, H. Wu
2005 IEE Proceedings - Software  
The automatic generation of a complete compiler was the primary goal of such systems, but researchers recognized the possibility that many other language-based tools could be generated from formal language  ...  Several language-based tools are presented in the paper, which are automatically generated using an attribute grammar-based compiler generator called LISA.  ...  Very similar to the Synthesizer Generator (SGen) [2] , the LRC system [13] generates, from high-order attribute grammar specifications, an incremental scanner/parser and attribute evaluators, syntax-directed  ... 
doi:10.1049/ip-sen:20041317 fatcat:e7ajldt6mfhm3akiln6jgq6fyu

Cost- and QoS-Efficient Serverless Cloud Computing [article]

Chavit Denninnart
2020 arXiv   pre-print
We explore two main approaches to (A) reuse part of computation needed to process the services and (B) proactively pruning tasks with a low chance of success to improve the overall QoS of the system.  ...  Cloud-based serverless computing systems, either public or privately provisioned, aim to provide the illusion of infinite resources and abstract users from details of the allocation decisions.  ...  However, we discourage the use of an entire bare metal machine as a processing unit for two reasons.  ... 
arXiv:2011.11711v1 fatcat:ra66iigninem7gqibmivsn3dba

Facial Reconstruction: A Systematic Review of Current Image Acquisition and Processing Techniques

Sam P. Tarassoli, Matthew E. Shield, Rhian S. Allen, Zita M. Jessop, Thomas D. Dobbs, Iain S. Whitaker
2020 Frontiers in Surgery  
However, with this complexity comes variability and thus there will always be an element of bias in the choices made for imaging techniques.Aims and Objectives: The aim of this review is to systematically  ...  The majority of papers involved the use of computer tomography, though the use of magnetic resonance and handheld scanners using sonography have become more common in the field.  ...  Intraoperative 3D CT C-Arm System Aim/purpose of the study is to evaluate the time needed to perform intraoperative CT scans during maxillofacial surgery.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fsurg.2020.537616 pmid:33365327 pmcid:PMC7750399 fatcat:3mtr3sar7jde5m63wz4ajuedpu
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