MT Marathon 2013 Accepted Papers

At MT Marathons, new or improved open-source tools are presented. Their descriptions are published in PBML, the Prague Bulletin of Mathematical Linguistics.

Some of the accepted papers will be published in the next issue, i.e. PBML 101, and will get published on-line only later.

List of Accepted Papers

CASMACAT: An Open Source Workbench for Advanced Computer Aided Translation

Vicent Alabau, Ragnar Bonk, Christian Buck, Michael Carl, Francisco Casacuberta, Mercedes García-Martínez, Jesús González, Philipp Koehn, Luis Leiva, Bartolomé Mesa-Lao, Daniel Ortiz, Herve Saint-Amand, Germán Sanchis, Chara Tsoukala

COSTA MT Evaluation Tool: An Open Toolkit for Human Machine Translation Evaluation

Konstantinos Chatzitheodorou, Stamatis Chatzistamatis

DIMwid — Decoder Inspection for Moses (using Widgets)

Robin Kurtz, Nina Seemann, Fabienne Braune, Andreas Maletti

Dynamic Models in Moses for Online Adaptation

Nicola Bertoldi

Integrating a Discriminative Classifier into Phrase-based and Hierarchical Decoding

Aleš Tamchyna, Fabienne Braune, Alexander Fraser, Marine Carpuat, Hal Daumé III, Chris Quirk

Large-scale Human Evaluation of Machine Translation Output for WMT 2013

Christian Federmann, Matt Post

Makefiles for Moses

Ulrich Germann

morphogen: Translation into Morphologically Rich Languages with Synthetic Phrases

Eva Schlinger, Victor Chahuneau, Chris Dyer

MTMonkey: A Scalable Infrastructure for a Machine Translation Web Service

Aleš Tamchyna, Ondřej Dušek, Rudolf Rosa, Pavel Pecina

Open Machine Translation Core: An open API for Machine Translation systems

Ian Johnson

Pipeline Creation Language for Machine Translation

Ian Johnson

QuEst - A framework for machine translation quality estimation

Kashif Shah, Eleftherios Avramidis, Ergun Biçici, Lucia Specia

RankEval: Open tool for evaluation of machine-learned ranking

Eleftherios Avramidis

Updating the Feature Function Framework in the Moses Decoder

Hieu Hoang, Kenneth Heafield, Barry Haddow, Matt Post, Eva Hasler, Phil Williams, Chris Dyer, Philipp Koehn

Visualization, Search and Analysis of Hierarchical Translation Equivalence in Machine Translation Data

Gideon Maillette de Buy Wenniger, Khalil Sima'an

XenC: an open-source tool for data selection in Natural Language Processing

Anthony Rousseau