Probabilistic synchronous tree-adjoining grammars for machine translation: The argument from bilingual dictionaries.

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Title: Probabilistic synchronous tree-adjoining grammars for machine translation: The argument from bilingual dictionaries.
Author: Shieber, Stuart
Citation: Stuart M. Shieber. Probabilistic synchronous tree-adjoining grammars for machine translation: The argument from bilingual dictionaries. In Dekai Wu and David Chiang, editors, Proceedings of the Workshop on Syntax and Structure in Statistical Translation, Rochester, New York, 26 April 2007.
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Abstract: We provide a conceptual basis for thinking of machine translation in terms of synchronous grammars in general, and probabilistic synchronous tree-adjoining grammars in particular. Evidence for the view is found in the structure of bilingual dictionaries of the last several millennia.
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