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  • Difference lists and difference bags for logic programming of categorial deduction 

    Llore, F. X.; Morrill, Glyn (1995-01-01)
    External research report
    Open Access
    We show how difference lists can be used for systematically compiled linear clauses for Lambek categorial grammar and its generalisations, in analogy with standard Horn clauses for CF grammar. We also consider use of ...
  • N-gram-based Machine Translation 

    Mariño Acebal, José Bernardo; Banchs Martínez, Rafael Enrique; Crego Clemente, Josep Maria; Gispert Brosa, Adrian de; Lambert, Patrik; Rodríguez Fonollosa, José Adrián; Ruiz Costa-Jussà, Marta (2006-12)
    Open Access
    This article describes in detail an n-gram approach to statistical machine translation. This approach consists of a log-linear combination of a translation model based on n-grams of bilingual units, which are referred to ...
  • Classification of acoustic events using SVM-based clustering schemes 

    Temko, Andrey A.; Nadeu Camprubí, Climent (2006)
    Open Access
    Acoustic events produced in controlled environments may carry information useful for perceptually aware interfaces. In this paper we focus on the problem of classifying 16 types of meeting-room acoustic events. First of ...
  • Fuzzy integral based information fusion for classification of highly confusable non-speech sounds 

    Temko, Andrey A.; Macho Ciena, Dusan; Nadeu Camprubí, Climent (2008)
    Open Access
    Acoustic event classification may help to describe acoustic scenes and contribute to improve the robustness of speech technologies. In this work, fusion of different information sources with the fuzzy integral (FI), and ...

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