MT Marathon 2016 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.

Most of the accepted papers appear in PBML 106 and are ready in printed form for the Marathon. Some papers will be published in the next issue, i.e. PBML 107 and will get published on-line only later.

List of Accepted Papers

All the following papers will be presented as posters on Thursday, September 15, 2016.

Česílko Goes Open-Source

Jernej Vičič, Vladislav Kuboň, and Petr Homola

CSTLM: A Practical Infinite Order Language Model using Compressed Suffix Trees

Matthias Petri, and Trevor Cohn

FaDA: Fast Document Aligner using Word Embedding

Pintu Lohar, Debasis Ganguly, Haithem Afli, Andy Way, and Gareth J.F. Jones

Language Adaptation for Extending Post-Editing Estimates for Closely Related Languages

Miguel Rios, and Serge Sharoff

Neural Monkey: An Open-source Tool for Sequence Learning

Jindřich Helcl, and Jindřich Libovický

Otedama: Fast Rule-Based Pre-Ordering for Machine Translation

Julian Hitschler, Laura Jehl, Sariya Karimova, Mayumi Ohta, Benjamin Körner, and Stefan Riezler

Qualitative: Python Quality Estimation supporting server mode and Hybrid MT

Eleftherios Avramidis

ruLearn: An Open-Source Toolkit for the Automatic Inference of Shallow-Transfer Rules for Machine Translation

Víctor M. Sánchez-Cartagena, Juan Antonio Pérez-Ortiz, and Felipe Sánchez-Martínez

Program Committee in 2016

  • Ondřej Bojar (chair)
  • Fethi Bougares
  • Mauro Cettolo
  • Jinhua Du
  • Chris Dyer
  • Andreas Eisele
  • Marcello Federico
  • Radovan Garabik
  • Barry Haddow
  • Jan Hajič
  • Kenneth Heafield
  • Matthias Huck
  • Marcin Junczys-Dowmunt
  • Philipp Koehn
  • David Marecek
  • Stephan Peitz
  • Martin Popel
  • Marta Ruiz
  • Felipe Sanchez-Martinez
  • Christophe Servan