Tailoring Neural Architectures for Translating from Morphologically Rich Languages

COLING 2018 Peyman PassbanAndy WayQun Liu

A morphologically complex word (MCW) is a hierarchical constituent with meaning-preserving subunits, so word-based models which rely on surface forms might not be powerful enough to translate such structures. When translating from morphologically rich languages (MRLs), a source word could be mapped to several words or even a full sentence on the target side, which means an MCW should not be treated as an atomic unit... (read more)

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