Based Machine Translation

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Example-based Machine Translation
... Example-based machine translation (EBMT) is a method of machine translation often characterized by its use of a bilingual corpus with parallel texts ... It is essentially a translation by analogy and can be viewed as an implementation of case-based reasoning approach of machine learning ... At the foundation of example-based machine translation is the idea of translation by analogy ...
List Of Natural Language Processing Toolkits - Processes of NLP - Applications
... Methods and techniques Extraction-based summarization – Abstraction-based summarization – Maximum entropy-based summarization – Sentence extraction – Aided summarization – Human aided machine ... retrieval – Cross-language information retrieval – Machine translation (MT) – aims to automatically translate text from one human language to another ... Classical approach of machine translation – rules-based machine translation ...

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