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Can somebody give me a step by step tutorial of a statistical machine translator decoder.. in which it is implemented using phrase-based translation in the translation model.. so that i can understand its basic and steps
 
The parsing process,heuristic searching of possible candidate translations etc.
Posted 25-Sep-12 1:50am
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Solution 1

http://cseweb.ucsd.edu/~dkauchak/mt-tutorial/[^]
 
Take a look at the first link for the basics.
 
http://www.cs.jhu.edu/~jason/465/PowerPoint/lect32b-mt-decoding.pdf[^]
 
Take a look at this for an example
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Solution 2

thank you sir! is there any tutorials you know that has concentrates in decoding, because it seems the process of tokenizing of the phrase is not discussed in the tutorials.. is it bigram? two words at a time? I mean how will the decoder know if the phrase is is group with two words to be translated?
 
Also, the heuristic search is not well discussed in a basic way..
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