IWSLT 2009

Proceedings of the International Workshop on Spoken Language Translation,

December 1-2, 2009,

National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation,

Tokyo, Japan

 

Contents

 

Evaluation Campaign

 

p.1-18: Overview of the IWSLT 2009 evaluation campaign

Michael Paul – paper, presentation

 

p.19-23: AppTek Turkish-English machine translation system description for IWSLT 2009

Selçuk Köprüpaper

 

p.24-28: Barcelona Media SMT system description for the IWSLT 2009: introducing source context information

Marta R.Costa-jussŕ and Rafael E.Banchspaper, poster

 

p.29-36: Low-resource machine translation using MaTrEx: the DCU machine translation system for IWSLT 2009

Yanjun Ma, Tsuyoshi Okita, Özlem Çetinoğlu, Jinhua Du, Andy Way – paper, presentation

 

p.37-44: FBK @ IWSLT 2009

Nicola Bertoldi, Arianna Bisazza, Mauro Cettolo, Germán Sanchis-Trilles, Marcello Federico

 paper, poster

 

p.45-49: The GREYC translation memory for the IWSLT 2009 evaluation campaign: one step beyond translation memory

Yves Lepage, Adrien Lardilleux, Julien Gosmepaper, presentation

 

p.50-54: I2R’s machine translation system for IWSLT 2009

Xiangyu Duan, Deyi Xiong, Hui Zhang, Min Zhang, Haizhou Li – paper, poster

 

p.55-59: The ICT statistical machine translation system for the IWSLT 2009

Haitao Mi, Yang Li, Tian Xia, Xinyan Xiao, Yang Feng, Jun Xie, Hao Xiong, Zhaopeng Tu, Daqi Zheng, Yanjuan Lu, Qun Liu – paper, poster

 

p.60-64: LIG approach for IWSLT09: using multiple morphological segmenters for spoken language translation of Arabic

Fethi Bougares, Laurent Besacier, Hervé Blanchonpaper, presentation

 

p.65-70: LIUM’s statistical machine translation system for IWSLT 2009

Holger Schwenk, Loďc Barrault, Yannick Estčve, Patrik Lambert – paper

 

p.71-78: The MIT-LL/AFRL IWSLT-2009 MT system

Wade Shen, Brian Delaney, A.Ryan Aminzadeh, Tim Anderson, Ray Slyhpaper, presentation

 

p.79-82: Two methods for stabilizing MERT: NICT at IWSLT 2009

Masao Utiyama, Hirofumi Yamamoto, Eiichiro Sumitapaper, presentation

 

p.83-90: The CASIA statistical machine translation system for IWSLT 2009

Maoxi Li, Jiajun Zhang, Yu Zhou, Chengqing Zongpaper, presentation

 

p.91-98: The NUS statistical machine translation system for IWSLT 2009

Preslav Nakov, Chang Liu, Wei Lu, Hwee Tou Ng – paper, presentation

 

p.99-106: The UOT system: improve string-to-tree translation using head-driven phrase structure grammar and predicate-argument structures

Xianchao Wu, Takuya Matsuzaki, Naoaki Okazaki, Yusuke Miyao, Jun’ichi Tsujiipaper, poster

 

p.107-112: Statistical machine translation adding pattern-based machine translation in Chinese-English translation

Jin’ichi Murakami, Masato Tokuhisa, Satoru Ikeharapaper, presentation

 

p.113-117: The TÜBİTAK-UEKAE statistical machine translation system for IWSLT 2009

Coşkun Mermer, Hamza Kaya, Mehmet Uğur Doğanpaper, poster

 

p.118-123: UPV translation system for IWSLT 2009

Guillem Gascó and Joan Andreu Sánchezpaper, presentation

 

p.124-128: The University of Washington machine translation system for IWSLT 2009

Mei Yang, Amittai Axelrod, Kevin Duh, Katrin Kirchhoff – paper, poster

 

Technical Papers

 

p.129-135: Morphological pre-processing for Turkish to English statistical machine translation

Arianna Bisazza and Marcello Federico – paper, presentation

 

p.136-143: Enriching SCFG rules directly from efficient bilingual chart parsing

Martin Čmejrek, Bowen Zhou, Bing Xiang – paper, presentation

 

p.144-151: Structural support vector machines for log-linear approach in statistical machine translation

Katsuhiko Hayashi, Taro Watanabe, Hajime Tsukada, Hideki Isozakipaper, presentation

 

p.152-159: A unified framework for phrase-based, hierarchical, and syntax-based statistical machine translation

Hieu Hoang, Philipp Koehn, Adam Lopez – paper, presentation

 

p.160-167: Online language model adaptation for spoken dialog translation

Germán Sanchis-Trilles, Mauro Cettolo, Nicola Bertoldi, Marcello Federico – paper, presentation

 

Demonstration

 

p.168: Network-based speech-to-speech translation

Chiori Hori, Sakriani Sakti, Michael Paul, Noriyuki Kimura, Yutaka Ashikari, Ryosuke Isotani, Eiichiro Sumita, Satoshi Nakamura – paper, presentation

 

Keynote Speeches

 

Human translation and machine translation

Philipp Koehn – abstract; presentation

 

Two-way speech-to-speech translation for communicating across language barriers

Premkumar Natarajanabstract

 

Monolingual knowledge acquisition and a multilingual information environment

Kentaro Torisawaabstract; presentation