Sergio Barrachina

Also published as: S. Barrachina


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Statistical Approaches to Computer-Assisted Translation
Sergio Barrachina | Oliver Bender | Francisco Casacuberta | Jorge Civera | Elsa Cubel | Shahram Khadivi | Antonio Lagarda | Hermann Ney | Jesús Tomás | Enrique Vidal | Juan-Miguel Vilar
Computational Linguistics, Volume 35, Number 1, March 2009


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The UJIpenchars Database: a Pen-Based Database of Isolated Handwritten Characters
D. Llorens | F. Prat | A. Marzal | J. M. Vilar | M. J. Castro | J. C. Amengual | S. Barrachina | A. Castellanos | S. España | J. A. Gómez | J. Gorbe | A. Gordo | V. Palazón | G. Peris | R. Ramos-Garijo | F. Zamora
Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC'08)

The availability of large amounts of data is a fundamental prerequisite for building handwriting recognition systems. Any system needs a test set of labelled samples for measuring its performance along its development and guiding it. Moreover, there are systems that need additional samples for learning the recognition task they have to cope with later, i.e. a training set. Thus, the acquisition and distribution of standard databases has become an important issue in the handwriting recognition research community. Examples of widely used databases in the online domain are UNIPEN, IRONOFF, and Pendigits. This paper describes the current state of our own database, UJIpenchars, whose first version contains online representations of 1,364 isolated handwritten characters produced by 11 writers and is freely available at the UCI Machine Learning Repository. Moreover, we have recently concluded a second acquisition phase, totalling more than 11,000 samples from 60 writers to be made available in short as UJIpenchars2.


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A Computer-Assisted Translation Tool based on Finite-State Technology
Jorge Civera | Antonio L. Lagarda | Elsa Cubel | Francisco Casacuberta | Enrique Vidal | Juan M. Vilar | Sergio Barrachina
Proceedings of the 11th Annual Conference of the European Association for Machine Translation


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From Machine Translation to Computer Assisted Translation using Finite-State Models
Jorge Civera | Elsa Cubel | Antonio L. Lagarda | David Picó | Jorge González | Enrique Vidal | Francisco Casacuberta | Juan M. Vilar | Sergio Barrachina
Proceedings of the 2004 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing


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Bilingual clustering using monolingual algorithms
Sergio Barrachina | Juan Miguel Vilar
Proceedings of the 8th Conference on Theoretical and Methodological Issues in Machine Translation of Natural Languages