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[Apertium] Entre parsers y traductores automáticos.
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Autor:  dddddd [ 22 Dic 2011 21:12 ]
Asunto:  [Apertium] Entre parsers y traductores automáticos.

En LWN - Apertium: An open source translation engine me entero de la existencia de un proyecto libre, enfocado a la traducción automática entre lenguajes naturales, llamado Apertium.

El artículo dice, entre otras cosas:
Nathan Willis en LWN escribió:
Apertium, a GPL-licensed package originally developed with funding from the Spanish government. Apertium is a rule-based (or transfer-based) MT system, meaning that it takes the input text in one language and attempts to break it down into an intermediate, abstract representation. The abstract message is then used to compose an equivalent text in the output language.

Nathan Willis en LWN escribió:
The translation process involves a number of discrete steps: simply turning the input into the intermediate form requires parsing the input to strip out formatting, breaking the input text into segments, finding the base form and appropriate morphological tags for each word, and choosing the best-fit match for each of the ambiguous bits (both for words that could resolve to more than one match, such as homographs and heteronyms, and for sentences and phrases where the meaning itself is unclear). After that, the engine tries to match the intermediate representation to matching base words in the target dictionary, then it has to rearrange and grammatically reconstruct the message into words, chunks, and sentences in the target language, and ultimately re-apply any original formatting.


Hay montañas de documentación y su diseño es totalmente modular. Por lo que dice la wikipedia, está implementado en C++. Usa "diccionarios" en XML en los que se relacionan parejas de lenguajes.

Seguro que la mente calenturienta de alguno sabrá encontrarle utilidad para mejorar nuestros parsers.

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