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Query:   Responses to Machine Translation Query
Author:  Sherri Condon
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   General Linguistics

Summary:   As I promised, I am summarizing the responses I received to my query
about machine translation of dialogue. I am grateful to all of our
colleagues who shared their knowledge.

Maite Taboada wrote about the JANUS project at Carnegie Mellon
University:
http://www.is.cs.cmu.edu/mie/janus.html

Francesca Guerzoni called attention to the NESPOLE! project
http://nespole.itc.it

Daniel Villa described work at the Computing Research Lab (CRL) at New
Mexico State University on adapting a machine translation system to
translate dialog:
http://crl.nmsu.edu/

Caren Brinckmann, Melanie Siegel, and Hans Ulrich (Ulli) Block all
reminded me of the Verbmobil project and the many reports available on
the website at
http://verbmobil.dfki.de/
In addition, Caren and Ulli both mentioned the recently published book
about the project:
Wahlster, W. (ed.): Verbmobil: Foundations of Speech-to-Speech
Translation. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York, 2000

Pius ten Hacken also recommended looking at the Verbmobil site and cited
his paper:
ten Hacken, Pius (2001), "Has There Been a Revolution in Machine
Translation ?", Machine Translation 16:1-19.

Finally, Dr. Paul Prueitt wrote about work he is doing that can be found
at
http://www.ontologystream.com/aSLIP/files/verbMaps.htm

Thanks again to everyone who took time to respond.

Sherri

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Sherri L. Condon, Ph.D.
The MITRE Corporation
11493 Sunset Hills Road
Reston, Virginia 20190-5214
Phone: 703-883-5522
E-mail: scondon@mitre.org

LL Issue: 13.380
Date Posted: 11-Feb-2002
Original Query: Read original query


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