Advances in Natural Language Processing: 8th International by Takako Aikawa, Kentaro Yamamoto, Hitoshi Isahara (auth.),

By Takako Aikawa, Kentaro Yamamoto, Hitoshi Isahara (auth.), Hitoshi Isahara, Kyoko Kanzaki (eds.)

This e-book constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the eighth foreign convention on Advances in typical Language Processing, JapTAL 2012, Kanazawa, Japan, in October 2012.
The 27 revised complete papers and five revised brief papers provided have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from forty two submissions. The papers are geared up in topical sections on computing device translation, multilingual matters, resouces, semantic research, sentiment research, in addition to speech and generation.

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C Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2012 Parallel Texts Extraction from Multimodal Comparable Corpora 41 are widely available on the Web for many language pairs [13]. The degree of parallelism can vary considerably, from noisy parallel texts, to quasi parallel texts [3]. The ability to detect these parallel pairs of sentences enables the automatic creation of large parallel corpora. However, for some languages, text comparable corpora may not cover all topics in some specific domains. What we need is to explore other sources like audio to generate parallel texts for each domain.

20) and the introduction of functional bunsetsu into it. In: Proceedings of the 14th Annual Meeting of the Association for Natural Language Processing, pp. 221–224 (2008) (in Japanese) 9. : The Study on Japanese-Chinese Machine Translation System — Focusing on the Translation of the Existential Expression and the Light Verb Construction. PhD dissertation, Gifu University (2006) 10. ac. jp Abstract. This paper presents an overview of our research activities on machine translation conducted at Toyohashi University of Technology.

7410) 3. /Ϊ⍝εϳ (1100,{NI:80,NI:49}) 4. +ά (7410) 5. /΢΢ (1110) 6. /㩵Τ (3106,{NY:5}) 7. +ψ (7420) 8. +Ϗ (7530) 9. /ឭϯ (2392, ឭΦ, ឭϯ,{NY:32,NY:31}) 10. +ϊΫσ(7184, ϊΤ, ϊΫσ) 11. +ο (7216) 12. +΀(0110) 13. /nil Fig. 3. Example of an input sentence In the first line in Fig. 3, “ᜌ” is a Japanese morpheme, “1710” is tagging code, and “NI:23,NI:48” are indeclinable semantic codes [6]. In the sixth line, “NY:5” is a declinable semantic code. Each line shows a Japanese morpheme and semantic information.

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