WikiBABEL: A system for multilingual Wikipedia content
|WikiBABEL: A system for multilingual Wikipedia content|
|Author(s)||Kumaran A., Datha N., Ashok B., Saravanan K., Ande A., Sharma A., Vedantham S., Natampally V., Dendi V., Maurice S.|
|Published in||AMTA 2010 - 9th Conference of the Association for Machine Translation in the Americas|
|Keyword(s)||Unknown (Extra: ITS architecture, Open source communities, Open source projects, Parallel data, Position papers, Translation systems, Wikipedia, Information theory, Intelligent vehicle highway systems, Open systems, Multilingual)|
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WikiBABEL: A system for multilingual Wikipedia content is a 2010 conference paper written in English by Kumaran A., Datha N., Ashok B., Saravanan K., Ande A., Sharma A., Vedantham S., Natampally V., Dendi V., Maurice S. and published in AMTA 2010 - 9th Conference of the Association for Machine Translation in the Americas.
This position paper outlines our project - WikiBABEL - which will be released as an open source project for the creation of multi-lingual Wikipedia content, and has potential to produce parallel data as a by-product for Ma-chine Translation systems research. We discuss its architecture, functionality and the user-experience components, and briefly pre-sent an analysis that emphasizes the resonance that the WikiBABEL design and the planned involvement with Wikipedia has with the open source communities in general and Wikipedians in particular.
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