We describe a novel approach for syntaxbased statistical MT, which builds on a variant of tree adjoining grammar (TAG). Inspired by work in discriminative dependency parsing, the key idea in our approach is to allow highly flexible reordering operations during parsing, in combination with a discriminative model that can condition on rich features of the sourcelanguage string. Experiments on translation from German to English show improvements over phrase-based systems, both in terms of BLEU scores and in human evaluations.
CitationCarreras, X.; Collins, M. Non-projective parsing for statistical machine translation. A: Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing. "Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing 2009". Singapur: 2009, p. 200-209.
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