Research carried out in the EXPERT project between researchers from University of Wolverhampton and Saarland University, Germany is being presented at the European Association for Machine Translation 2015 conference. The work shows how paraphrasing can help the task of translators who use translation memories. Continue reading
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The 1st Call for Papers of the Workshop on Natural Language Processing for Translation Memories (NLP4TM) organised at RANLP 2015 by Constantin Orasan and Rohit Gupta has been published. Information about the topics addressed by the workshop and important dates can be found on the workshop’s webpage.
Sanja Štajner has successfully defended her PhD thesis entitled New Data-Driven Approaches to Text Simplification.
Automatic author identification is a branch of computational stylometry, which is the computer Continue reading
Dr Michael Oakes is in Malta presenting a poster at PARSEME 4th general meeting in Malta on the topic of Measures of collocational strength and flexibility for the identification of MWEs. The work is done in collaboration with Prof. Patrick Hanks and Dr. Ismail El Maarouf, and uses data created in the DVC project.
Open Book, the tool developed in the FIRST project, has been completed. Watch this video to learn how it works.