Mixture-Model Adaptation for SMT

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ConferenceACL Workshop on Statistical Machine Translation, 39256, Prague, Czech Republic
AbstractWe describe a mixture-model approach to adapting a Statistical Machine Translation system for new domains, using weights that depend on text distances to mixture components. We investigate a number of variants on this approach, including cross-domain versus dynamic adaptation; linear versus loglinear mixtures; language and translation model adaptation; different methods of assigning weights; and granularity of the source unit being adapted to. The best methods achieve gains of approximately one BLEU percentage point over a state-of-the art non-adapted baseline system.
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AffiliationNRC Institute for Information Technology; National Research Council Canada
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NRC number49351
NPARC number8914141
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