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  • ...]. The instructions are very different. This page is for existing language data. ...mar or HFST. If that happens, follow instructions under [[Install language data by compiling#Missing dependencies | missing dependencies]].
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  • ...f the big language data sets. You do not want to add to or modify language data, you want to use it. <span style="color:darkorange;">'''Data may be outdated'''</span>, use only for system assessment. See the main sec
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  • * an Apertium language pair Make a folder called data-en-es. We are going to keep all the generated files there.
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  • * A language pair (e.g. apertium-br-fr) ** The language pair should have the following two modes:
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  • Your language pair should be fully set up in the direction that you're training for, and * an Apertium language pair
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  • This is a guide on how to add linguistic data directly to an existing language pair in Apertium. It gets a bit technical – if you just want to notify us ...t-of-speech tagger, which is in charge of the disambiguation of the source language text.
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  • * Train a target side language model (http://hermes.fbk.eu/people/bertoldi/teaching/lab_2010-2011/img/irst * The language pair must support the pretransfer and multi modes. See apertium-sh-mk/modes
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  • ...iew to the kind of data and resources that can be useful in building a new language pair for Apertium, and how to go about building them if they do not already Each Apertium language pair requires 3 dictionary files. For instance, for the English-Afrikaans
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  • ...language pair XX-YY by adding 50 words to its vocabulary || Add words to language pair XX-YY and test that the new vocabulary works. [[/Add words|Read more]] ...language pair || Add or correct a structural transfer rule to an existing language pair and test that it works. [[/Add transfer rule|Read more]]... || [[User
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  • ...nguage (<code>SL</code>) will be trained using information from the target language (<code>TL</code>). ==Language pair==
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  • ...rtium machine translation system from scratch. You can check the [[list of language pairs]] that have already been started. ...translation systems. The only thing you need to do is write the data. The data consists, on a basic level, of three dictionaries and a few rules (to deal
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  • ...converted or expanded in the [[incubator]]. Consider doing or improving a language pair (see [[incubator]], [[nursery]] and [[staging]] for pairs that need wo == Language Data ==
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  • |title=Add recursive transfer support to a language pair that doesn't support it |description=Make a branch of an Apertium language pair that doesn't support recursive transfer and call it "recursive transfe
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  • ...]. The instructions are very different. This page is for existing language data. ...mar or HFST. If that happens, follow instructions under [[Install language data by compiling#Missing dependencies | missing dependencies]].
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  • ...rtium.org page uses an installation which currently only runs ''released'' language pairs (also available from https://apertium.org/apy if you prefer). However $ curl -G --data "lang=kir&modes=morph&q=алдым" https://beta.apertium.org/apy/analyse
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  • ...f the big language data sets. You do not want to add to or modify language data, you want to use it. <span style="color:darkorange;">'''Data may be outdated'''</span>, use only for system assessment. See the main sec
    3 KB (445 words) - 12:38, 24 April 2017
  • ...chine translation to understand the general meaning of the text in foreign language. The other approach is instead that of "dissemination" in which the MT is a ...(coding and decoding), data (linguistic data) and support tools to convert data and make them compatible with the engine. Even if most RBMT systems are pri
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  • ...on Ubuntu/Debian, using the Voikko plugins and Giellatekno/Divvun language data. ==Install the language data==
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  • ...of any language in Russia in areas smaller than the Federal Subjects. The data is in Russian and comes from the official 2010 Russian Census website. ===Complete guide to accessing the data===
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  • * https://apertium.org is the official site, and offers all the released language pairs ...Apertium platform, and also offers a simple web interface to the released language pairs
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  • ...epository scheme. (Originally, all monolingual language data was found in language pairs, meaning that there was a lot of duplication.) If you feel something ...hat constitutes a minimally-useful language package; generally, however, a language package should have over 60% coverage on a variety of corpora and should pr
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  • ...to be translated. For example, HTML tags must not be translated in another language, but only the text of the Web page. ...e same software are used for every language pairs. It is the format of the data to be translated which will take to use a particular deformatter.
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  • ====When running configure script for language pair data==== ====Workaround when language pairs need updated configure.ac's====
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  • '''Apertium New Language Pair HOWTO''' ...rtium machine translation system from scratch. You can check the [[list of language pairs]] that have already been started.
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  • ...tion of each module with more precision. They may also introduce technical language which linguists and/or computer coders would use. The technical description References to 'xxx' and 'yyy' refer to a language code, for example 'en-es'; 'English' to 'Spanish'.
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  • ...ngsnes (ed.) Bauta: Janne Bondi Johannessen in memoriam, Oslo Studies in Language 11(2), 2020. 489–501. (ISSN 1890-9639 / ISBN 978-82-91398-12-9) ...system/files/swj1419.pdf The apertium bilingual dictionaries on the web of data]. Semantic Web, 9(2), 231-240.
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  • ...Iberian peninsula, but is now being used to translate between more distant language pairs. ...ngineering ([http://www.prompsit.com http://www.prompsit.com]). Linguistic data are being developed by Transducens, the Seminario
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  • [[Target-language tagger training|In English]] ...t changez les variables <code>DATA</code> et <code>DIRECTION</code>. <code>DATA</code> doit pointer vers le répertoire contenant les données de la paire
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  • ...uide on how to use a development version of Apertium to make a change in a language pair. ...ou should try this to make sure things work before you move on to whatever language pair you plan on working on.
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  • ...http://wiki.apertium.org/wiki/Mandarin_Chinese#In_Apertium some linguistic data in Apertium]. ...fers to the most commonly spoken form of Chinese that is the sole official language of China and Taiwan. It is also known as Putonghua or Standard Chinese ([[W
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  • ...mpire, as did all Romance languages. There are currently 4 released French language pairs ...the sixth most spoken language in the world and is the second most studied language worldwide.
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  • ...MT based on corpora: adding new languages ​​is very easy. To create a new language pair, in fact, it is not necessary to include corpora with millions of word ...airs can be added by creating dictionaries and rules containing linguistic data in XML format.
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  • Owing to the different syntactic structure of the phrases in each language, some Although the details of the modules and the linguistic data is presented in
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  • DATA=/home/philip/Apertium/gsoc2013/monolingual/data ...atterns-frac-maxent.py $DATA/setimes.sh-mk.freq $DATA/setimes.sh-mk.ambig $DATA/setimes.sh-mk.annotated > events 2>ngrams
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  • ...//d3js.org/ D3.js] tool that depicts all Apertium [[list of language pairs|language pairs]] in an interactive graph initially developed sometime before the [[G === Updating language data by scraping ===
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  • ...appear at the beginning of a sentence. The unique thing about the persian language though, is that they use prepositions which is quite uncommon in many SOV l ...designed a Two-sided morphology analyst of nouns and adjectives in Persian language, using Xerox Finite State Technology as giving input word (adjective or nou
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  • The number of language pairs in development for Apertium is increasing, and so is the complexity o language pairs. With better tools, more people will be able to develop language pairs.
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  • === Language pairs === .../github.com/apertium/apertium-urd-hin?files=1 apertium-urd-hin] Linguistic data for the Apertium Urdu-Hindi machine translator
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  • ...of any language in Russia in areas smaller than the Federal Subjects. The data is in Russian and comes from the official 2010 Russian Census website. Here are the steps to access the data:
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  • ...of the main five data files in any language pair (see also: [[Apertium New Language Pair HOWTO]]). ....dix'' where ''apertium-A-B'' is the name of the [[List of language pairs| language pair]]. For example file ''apertium-af-nl.af-nl.dix'' is the bilingual dict
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  • ...ind that are incorrectly translated, to getting involved in creating a new language pair or programming on tools or user interfaces. Here are some question fre Our language agnostic tools are native and written in [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C++
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  • ...he implementation of the algorithms must be free/open-source, but also the data themselves. Nowadays, there are many machine translation packages of this t ...morphologically rich languages, which even with large corpora suffer from data sparseness.
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  • ...-supervised.make this one] from en-eo. You will need modify it to fit your language pair. This usually means editing the first few lines. ===Tagger data directory===
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  • *'''langpair''': language pair to use for translation curl -G --data "langpair=eng|spa&q=run" http://localhost:2737/dictionaryLookup
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  • * Apertium language pairs .../engine of Apertium installed (including the requirement lttoolbox, but no language pairs yet).
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  • ...duce translations which are less fluent, but more preserving of the source language meaning. ...er and number between a determiner and head noun will remain in the target language output.
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  • ...duce translations which are less fluent, but more preserving of the source language meaning. ...er and number between a determiner and head noun will remain in the target language output.
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  • ...duce translations which are less fluent, but more preserving of the source language meaning. ...er and number between a determiner and head noun will remain in the target language output.
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  • |Language You will need to install NLTK and NLTK data. Unfortunately, they both only support Python versions 2.6-2.7. If you are
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  • ...ll these language pairs. This means that the data can be re-used by other language projects (e.g. in developing spelling or grammar checkers, thesauri, etc). This project was accepted as part of our "adopt a language pair" idea
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  • ...probably try this to make sure things work before you move on to whatever language pair you plan on working on. Note that some existing language pairs have external dependencies, like HFST or Constraint Grammar. The [[In
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  • ...tended to show how you can make an "indirect" contribution, by documenting language resources, helping us to build bilingual test sets, translating, promoting, ...first language, and translate them to the other. A translation in a third language may be useful in enlisting help, but is not required.
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  • ...olving the antecedent of the anaphors in text becomes essential in several language pairs. ...ge it to the correct anaphor''' using a macro in the transfer rules of the language pair. (t1x)
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  • ...getting new contributors to Apertium and to helping spread our passion for language technology. ...of other things, live in our '''[[subversion|svn repo]]'''. The language data is found in the following places:
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  • ...are basically for Anel, Aizhan and Assem who have started to develop this language pair... And Aida too... === Download apertium, lttoolbox and eng-kaz data from SVN ===
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  • More convincing if you have a language pair on the computer somewhere :) ...this should work for both packaged and compiled Apertium. Without language data you can't see a translation, but you can see the help. Try,
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  • ==Install language module== A language module supporting spelling may be installed, either from our repository, or
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  • ...language particularly suitable for various reasons. First, because it is a language in process of standardization, so both the linguistic resources (written do ...he near future, it will be possible to operate in the translation of other language pairs as Sardinian-Catalan and Sardinian-Spanish.
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  • ...nders , specially for Indian Languages because we still do not have enough data ...oreign languages. I am specially interested in MT systems where the source language is English and the target languages are Indian Languages. It is impossible
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  • ...d was exposed to different languages. This led to me being fascinated with language translation and I wanted to contribute to help in making communication easi I am going to work on “ Adopt an unreleased language pair: Hindi - Telugu”. I want to get the pair released in both the direct
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  • ...ed translation, morphological analysis, natural language processing, human language technologies ...Spanish–Catalan) but which has been expanded to deal with more divergent language pairs (such as English-Catalan and even Basque→English). The platform pro
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  • ...declarative language. A good intro would be to look through [[Apertium New Language Pair HOWTO]], see also [[Contributing to an existing pair]]. If the pair ha #* If there is no translation, translate it into the languages of your language pair first.
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  • ...oject goal is to create a machine translation package for Sicilian-Spanish language pair on the base of Apertium’s machine translation system. This project i ...he Sicilian dictionary was the abundance of spelling forms in the Sicilian language. For instance, one Sicilian verb with the meaning 'to join' can have the fo
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  • ...ion of machine translation. The tasks consist of sentences in the original language, reference translation with keywords omitted and the machine translation of ...various { gap } in order to discover phenomena and patterns in the natural language.
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  • ...um project is a project which works on open-source machine translation and language technology. We try and focus our efforts on lesser-resourced and marginalis ...versitat d'Alacant] (Alacant, Spain) and [http://www.prompsit.com Prompsit Language Engineering].
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  • ...family of some three dozen related languages descended from a Proto-Uralic language and spoken by more than 25 million people throughout Europe and Northern As ...ter plan involves generating independent finite-state transducers for each language, and then making individual dictionaries and transfer rules for every pair.
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  • ==== Data preparation ==== There were three attempts to extract postediting operations for each language pair: with threshold = 0.8 and -m, -M = (1, 3).
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  • <li>- 4: preprocessing : dictionary data needs some changes to be used in a graph, this step prepares it for further ...recommends what languages will be the most efficient to enrich particular language pair</li>
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  • ==Install language module== * To install Kazakh language module, first get it
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  • First, make a directory called <code><lang>-tagger-data</code>. Put your corpus into there with a name like <code><lang>.crp.txt</c ...cifies how to generate the probability file. You can grab one from another language package. For <code>apertium-en-af</code> I took the Makefile from <code>ape
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  • '''Track:''' Data Science Dynamic Language Interpreter implementation
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  • ...dictionary for the pair X→Y. Below is listed development progress for each language's transducers and dictionary pairs. !rowspan=2| Language
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  • ...) constitute a group of related languages and a branch of the Afro-Asiatic language family. Spoken by more than 470 million people throughout North Africa and ...ter plan involves generating independent finite-state transducers for each language, and then making individual dictionaries and transfer rules for every pair.
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  • == Language data packages == If you've installed tools with install-nightly.sh, you can install language data with
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  • ...probably just search for, tick off and install Apertium and your favorite language pairs in Synaptic. There's a friendly [https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Sy Step 2: '''Download apertium, lttoolbox and language pairs from SVN.'''
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  • '''apertium-get''' is a little script to fetch and compile language data, with monolingual dependencies, from Github. ...d and compiled by just going to the directory where you want your language data to be, and running
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  • ...rs independent free-software developers. There are currently 40 published language pairs within the project (including a number of "firsts" — for example Sp natural language processing, machine translation, grammar, python, c++, linguistics, languag
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  • ...ter plan involves generating independent finite-state transducers for each language, and then making individual dictionaries and transfer rules for every pair. ...ictionary for the pair X→Y. Below is listed development progress for each language's transducers and dictionary pairs.
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  • ...ter plan involves generating independent finite-state transducers for each language, and then making individual dictionaries and transfer rules for every pair. ...dictionary for the pair X→Y. Below is listed development progress for each language's transducers and dictionary pairs.
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  • ...e>[http://www.ethnologue.com/subgroups/dravidian dra]</code>) constitute a language family of about 70 languages spoken primarily in South Asia. The four most ...ter plan involves generating independent finite-state transducers for each language, and then making individual dictionaries and transfer rules for every pair.
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  • ...m project develops a free/open-source platform for machine translation and language technology. We try to focus our efforts on lesser-resourced and marginalise ...ped around the world, largely in universities and companies (e.g. Prompsit Language Engineering), but also independent free-software developers play a huge rol
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  • ...m project develops a free/open-source platform for machine translation and language technology. We try and focus our efforts on lesser-resourced and marginalis ...ped around the world, largely in universities and companies (e.g. Prompsit Language Engineering), but also independent free-software developers play a huge rol
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  • You can replace cy-en by different language pair. For the list of language pairs go [http://wiki.apertium.org/wiki/List_of_language_pairs#Trunk_.28rel === Install language-pair data ===
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  • 1. All needed data for North Sami, Kurmanji, Breton, Kazakh and English was prepared: there ar ...Also the testpack for two language pairs was built: it contains all needed data for sme-nob and kmr-eng, the labeller and installation script.
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  • ...ter plan involves generating independent finite-state transducers for each language, and then making individual dictionaries and transfer rules for every pair. ...dictionary for the pair X→Y. Below is listed development progress for each language's transducers and dictionary pairs.
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  • '''Language pair packages''' are standalone JARs that can be run independently as well Since JAR files are nothing but renamed ZIP files, you can easily edit language pair packages to fit your needs. Note that the packages are ready to be use
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  • ...ogue.com/subgroups/germanic gem]) constitute a branch of the Indo-European language family spoken primarily in Europe, Anglo-America and Australasia. The commo ...ter plan involves generating independent finite-state transducers for each language, and then making individual dictionaries and transfer rules for every pair.
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  • ...s one of the official languages of India, and has around 33 million native language speakers globally. .../ktpress.org.in/pdf/evolution_of_oriya_language.pdf The Evolution of Oriya Language and Script], ''Utkal University, Cuttack,''
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  • === Altai Language Resources === Crúbadán language data for Southern Altai. Kevin Scannell. 2015. The Crúbadán Project. oai:cruba
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  • ...f language pairs that may be used to infer new entries for existing or new language pairs using graphs. ...a graph and relevant information is stated about them. The cloud of linked data is intended to be navigated by software agents primarily. In the case of Ap
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  • ...e Summer of Code 2018. It also includes information on the upgrade of four language pairs which was carried out during the same period. For a more detailed wor ...tem and develop it to bring it to release quality. In addition, four other language pairs have been upgraded to the monolingual package system to ease future d
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  • ...l be available. For various reasons, the author has successfully developed language pairs using public repository versions of Apertium core. ...tes and Apertium tools. You also get, for optional install; release-level language pairs, service providers, constraint grammar code, and more. All under pack
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  • ...on-months (four people, 18 months) to develop (both engine, and linguistic data). It was widely used, with thousands of requests per day. ...sh State to rewrite the code as open-source, and to convert the linguistic data. After one person year, the first version of the Spanish--Catalan translato
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  • ...m project develops a free/open-source platform for machine translation and language technology. We try to focus our efforts on lesser-resourced and marginalise ...ped around the world, largely in universities and companies (e.g. Prompsit Language Engineering), but independent free-software developers also play a huge rol
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  • ...on-months (four people, 18 months) to develop (both engine, and linguistic data). It was widely used, with thousands of requests per day. ...sh State to rewrite the code as open-source, and to convert the linguistic data. After one person year, the first version of the Spanish--Catalan translato
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  • ...on-months (four people, 18 months) to develop (both engine, and linguistic data). It was widely used, with thousands of requests per day. ...sh State to rewrite the code as open-source, and to convert the linguistic data. After one person year, the first version of the Spanish--Catalan translato
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  • ...ll the unigram models from “A set of open-source tools for Turkish natural language processing.”<ref name="trmorph-tools">http://coltekin.net/cagri/papers/tr ...tuff.”<ref name="prerequisites">[[Installation#If you want to add language data / do more advanced stuff]]</ref>
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  • == Improving language pairs by mining MediaWiki Content Translation postedits == ...and bidix entries to improve the performance of an Apertium language pair. Data is available from Wikimedia content translation through an [API https://www
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  • ...language, as Apertium offers the only machine translation system for this language pair. The idea is to make Occitan output easier to postedit and French outp ...guage data], [https://github.com/apertium/apertium-fra the French language data], and [https://github.com/apertium/apertium-oci-fra the Apertium Occitan-F
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  • * Individual repos for each pair, language module, and tool (preserving all commit history). ...ch|talk]]) 13:04, 7 February 2018 (CET) To install apertium and one or two language pairs, you (just) have to follow few wiki pages and then, you get the only
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  • ...guage pairs <code>aa-bb</code> and <code>bb-cc</code> it will create a new language pair for <code>aa-cc</code>. * '''sl-tl''': source language (sl) and target language (tl).
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  • ...eof, and following that the development of a prototype pair for a minority language of Russia. Russia has a long history of work in machine translation, but ve ...h oil, as Tatarstan and Sakha) students with good knowledge of a minorised language seldom have a computer and/or access to the internet. That is the case at l
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