Multiword Expression - Machine Translation (MT) of Multiword Expressions - Approaches

Approaches

The most promising approach to the challenge of translating MWEs is example based MT, because in this case each MWE can be listed as an example with its translation equivalent in the target language.

For rule based MT it would be to difficult to define rules to translate MWEs, due to the magnitude of different kinds of MWEs.

Nevertheless, an example based MT system has to apply different rules for the translation of continuous and discontinuous MWEs as it is harder to identify a discontinuous MWE in a sentence where words are inserted between the different components of one MWE.

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