This paper describes OpenLogos, a rule-driven machine translation system, and the syntactic-semantic taxonomy SAL that underlies this system. We illustrate how SAL addresses typical problems relating to source language analysis and target language synthesis. The adaptation of OpenLogos resources to a specific application concerning paraphrasing in Portuguese is also described here. References are provided for access to OpenLogos and to SAL.
Is MT Research Doing Any Good?
Kenneth Church | Bonnie Dorr | Eduard Hovy | Sergei Nirenburg | Bernard Scott | Virginia Teller
Proceedings of the First Conference of the Association for Machine Translation in the Americas