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Course Name
Turkish Bilgisayarlı Çeviri
English Machine Translation
Course Code
BLG 618E Credit Lecture
Semester 2
3 3 - -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Ahmet Cüneyd Tantuğ
Course Objectives Machine translation is one of the most important topics in the natural language processing field. It covers the usage of computers at each step of the translation process. Semi-automatic systems which provide assistance to human translators are also being developed as well as fully automatic translation systems. In this course, the roles of computers in the translation process, current researches and developments in the field of machine translation and detailed methods for automatic translation will be introduced.
Course Description History of machine translation, machine translation methods, controlled language translation, computer aided translation (CAT), transfer based methods, interlingua based methods, example based machine translation, statistical machine translation, machine translation between closely related languages, speech-to-speech translation, evaluation of machine translation, details of current machine translation systems
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Textbook Koehn, P.. Statistical Machine Translation, Cambridge University Press. 2009

Hutchins, W. J., Somers H.L.,. An Introduction to Machine Translation, Academic Press, San Diego. 1992
Other References Trujillo, A.,. Translation Engines : Techniques for Machine Translation, Springer-Verlag Series on Applied Computing. 1999

Hutchins, W. J., Somers H.L.,. An Introduction to Machine Translation, Academic Press, San Diego. 1992

Nirenburg, S., Somers H.L., Wilks, A. Y.,. Readings in Machine Translation, The MIT Press, Cambridge 2002

Manning, C. D. and Schütze, H.,. Foundations of Statistical Natural Language Processing, The MIT Press, Cambridge. 1999
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