Published June 1972
by Walter De Gruyter Inc .
Written in English
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Statistical Machine Translation [Philipp Koehn] on happylifekennel.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This introductory text to statistical machine translation (SMT) provides all of the theories and methods needed to build a statistical machine translatorCited by: A concise, nontechnical overview of the development of machine translation, including the different approaches, evaluation issues, and major players in the industry. The dream of a universal translation device goes back many decades, long before Douglas Adams's fictional Babel fish provided this service in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. This book compares and contrasts the principles and practices of rule-based machine translation (RBMT), statistical machine translation (SMT), and example-based machine translation (EBMT). Presenting numerous examples, the text introduces language divergence as . The idea of machine translation later appeared in the 17th century. In , René Descartes proposed a universal language, with equivalent ideas in different tongues sharing one symbol. The field of machine translation was founded with Warren Weaver's Memorandum on Translation ().
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