WAT 2014

The 1st Workshop on Asian Translation

October 4, 2014
Tokyo, Japan


WAT2014 papers

  • Overview of the 1st Workshop on Asian Translation [bib] [paper] [poster] [slide]
  • Toshiaki Nakazawa, Hideya Mino, Isao Goto, Sadao Kurohashi and Eiichiro Sumita

  • Forest-to-String SMT for Asian Language Translation: NAIST at WAT 2014 [bib] [paper] [poster] [slide]
  • Graham Neubig

  • Toshiba MT System Description for the WAT2014 Workshop [bib] [paper] [poster]
  • Satoshi Sonoh, Satoshi Kinoshita, Hiroyuki Tanaka and Satoshi Kamatani

  • Weblio Pre-reordering Statistical Machine Translation System [bib] [paper] [poster] [slide]
  • Zhongyuan Zhu

  • System Description: Dependency-based Pre-ordering for Japanese-Chinese Machine Translation [bib] [paper]
  • Jingsheng Cai, Yujie Zhang, Hua Shan and Jinan Xu

  • Manipulating Input Data for Machine Translation [poster] [slide for one minute]
  • Liling Tan and Francis Bond

  • Predicate-Argument Structure-based Preordering for Japanese-English Statistical Machine Translation of Scientific Papers [bib] [paper] [poster] [slide for one minute]
  • Kenichi Ohwada, Ryosuke Miyazaki and Mamoru Komachi

  • A machine translation system combining rule-based machine translation and statistical post-editing [bib] [paper] [poster]
  • Terumasa Ehara

  • Japanese to English Machine Translation using Preordering and Compositional Distributed Semantics [bib] [paper] [poster]
  • Sho Hoshino, Hubert Soyer, Yusuke Miyao and Akiko Aizawa

  • The SAS Statistical Machine Translation System for WAT 2014 [bib] [paper] [poster]
  • Rui Wang, Xu Yang and Yan Gao

  • Consistent Improvement in Translation Quality of Chinese–Japanese Technical Texts by Adding Additional Quasi-parallel Training Data [bib] [paper] [poster] [slide for one minute]
  • Wei Yang and Yves Lepage

  • Word Order Does NOT Differ Significantly Between Chinese and Japanese [bib] [paper] [poster]
  • Chenchen Ding, Masao Utiyama, Eiichiro Sumita and Mikio Yamamoto

  • KyotoEBMT System Description for the 1st Workshop on Asian Translation [bib] [paper] [poster]
  • John Richardson, Fabien Cromières, Toshiaki Nakazawa and Sadao Kurohashi

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JST (Japan Science and Technology Agency)
NICT (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology)
Kyoto University
Last Modified: 2014-10-16