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Date:  Thu, 02 Aug 2001 03:25:24 +0200 (METDST)
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Subject:  Machine Translation, Vol. 15, Issue 1/2, June 2000

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Date:  Thu, 02 Aug 2001 03:25:24 +0200 (METDST)
From:  kap-listman at wkap.nl
Subject:  Machine Translation, Vol. 15, Issue 1/2, June 2000


Machine Translation

ISSN 0922-6567
http://www.wkap.nl/issuetoc.htm/0922-6567+15+1/2+2000
Vol. 15, Issue 1/2, June 2000.

TITLE:      Introduction: Special Issue on Spoken Language Translation
AUTHOR(S):  Steven Krauwer
KEYWORD(S): dialogue acts, example-based machine translation, interactive
            disambiguation, pauses, speech recognition, spoken language
            translation.
PAGE(S):    1-2

TITLE:      The Janus-III Translation System: Speech-to-Speech Translation
            in Multiple Domains
AUTHOR(S):  Lori Levin, Alon Lavie, Monika Woszczyna, Donna Gates,
            Marsal Gavalda, Detlef Koll, Alex Waibel
KEYWORD(S): JRTk, multi-domain, robust parsing, semantic grammars,
            SOUP, speech translation.
PAGE(S):    3-25

TITLE:      Interactive Speech Translation in the Diplomat Project
AUTHOR(S):  Robert Frederking, Alexander Rudnicky, Christopher Hogan,
            Kevin Lenzo
KEYWORD(S): speech recognition, speech synthesis, speech translation.
PAGE(S):    27-42

TITLE:      Statistical Translation of Text and Speech: First Results
            with the RWTH System
AUTHOR(S):  Christoph Tillimann, Stephan Vogel, Hermann Ney, Hassan Sawaf
KEYWORD(S): bilingual alignment, dynamic programming, hidden Markov
            models, learning from bilingual corpora, statistical machine
            translation.
PAGE(S):    43-73

TITLE:      The EuTrans Spoken Language Translation System
AUTHOR(S):  Juan Carlos Amengual, Asuncion Castano, Antonio Castellanos,
            Victor M. Jimenez, David Llorens, Andres Marzal,
            Federico Prat, Juan Miguel Vilar, Jose Miguel Benedi, Francisco
            Casacuberta, Moises Pastor, Enrique Vidal
KEYWORD(S): finite-state models, grammatical inference, speech translation,
            subsequential transducers, transducer learning.
PAGE(S):    75-103

TITLE:      Head-Transducer Models for Speech Translation and Their
            Automatic Acquisition from Bilingual Data
AUTHOR(S):  Hiyan Alshawi, Srinivas Bangalore, Shona Douglas
KEYWORD(S): head transducers, speech translation, statistical translation,
            unsupervised learning of translation models.
PAGE(S):    105-124

TITLE:      Discourse Particles and Discourse Functions
AUTHOR(S):  Manfred Stede, Birte Schmitz
KEYWORD(S): dialogue, particles, pragmatics.
PAGE(S):    125-147

TITLE:      Nine Issues in Speech Translation
AUTHOR(S):  Mark Seligman
KEYWORD(S): dialogue acts, example-based machine translation, interactive
            disambiguation, pauses, speech recognition, spoken language
            translation.
PAGE(S):    149-186



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