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Query Details


Query Subject:   Arabic Generator
Author:   Ahmed Hafez
Submitter Email:  click here to access email

Linguistic LingField(s):  Computational Linguistics
Subject Language(s):  Arabic, Standard


Query:   I am a researcher working on an English - Arabic Transfer MT system. Could
you guide me to a suitable Arabic generator?

My Research is based on the transfer approach to MT (English-Arabic). The reseach is divided into three stages: analysis, transfer and synthesis. The analysis is based on the HPSG with LKB parser. The Transfer stage is based on semantic (MRS)and syntactic transfer. I need for the synthesis a generator that can take the output of the transfer stage in order to generate the Arabic target language equivalent of the source language sentence.

Best -
Ahmad
LL Issue: 16.1441
Date posted: 05-May-2005



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