Building The First English-Brazilian Portuguese Corpus for Automatic Post-Editing
Felipe Almeida Costa | Thiago Castro Ferreira | Adriana Pagano | Wagner Meira
Proceedings of the 28th International Conference on Computational Linguistics
This paper introduces the first corpus for Automatic Post-Editing of English and a low-resource language, Brazilian Portuguese. The source English texts were extracted from the WebNLG corpus and automatically translated into Portuguese using a state-of-the-art industrial neural machine translator. Post-edits were then obtained in an experiment with native speakers of Brazilian Portuguese. To assess the quality of the corpus, we performed error analysis and computed complexity indicators measuring how difficult the APE task would be. We report preliminary results of Phrase-Based and Neural Machine Translation Models on this new corpus. Data and code publicly available in our repository.