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Leipzig workshop

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[edit] Rule-based machine translation for digital humans

A workshop in European Summer University for Digital Humanities ESU-DH 2018.

16. – 27.7.


[edit] Week 1:

  1. Introduction to Machine Translation
  2. Practicals: Installing software, setting up
  3. Lexicography and Morphology
  4. Disambiguation
  5. Lexical Transfer
  6. Lexical Selection
  7. Structural Transfer
  8. Optional: Introduction to XML
  9. Optional: Introduction to linux command-line

[edit] Week 2:

  1. Workflows
  2. Data consistency and quality
  3. Making use of Statistical or Neural MT
  4. Transforming external data to apertium
  5. Project management
  6. Testing
  7. Frequency listing and other command-line stuff

Lecture slides will be available in http://flammie.github.io/purplemonkeydishwasher (but many are based on the excellent slides from the previous workshops: Apertium Helsinki Workshop Apertium Tartu Workshop)

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