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Recent Advances in Example-Based Machine Translation

Carl, M., Way, Andy (Eds.)

2003, XXXI, 482 p.

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Michael Carl and Andy Way have done the field of MT and that of natural language processing in general a big favor by producing this collection. This is the first (fat) book-sized collection of current research in this fascinating area of MT, and it contains a number of chapters that will bring anyone interested quickly up to speed in this research area. ...

I would recommend this book to everyone active or interested in MT, and especially the papers of the foundational part I to computational linguistics researchers in general.

Reviewed by:
Walter Daelemans, University of Antwerp
in: Computational Linguistics, Volume 30, Number 4

 

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