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Machine Translation of Compound Nouns
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FOR QUERY: LINGUIST 10.1937
SORRY FOR THE GREAT DELAY OF THIS SUMMARY.
I ASKED FOR RESOURCES ON MACHINE TRANSLATION OF COMPOUND NOUNS,
ESPECIALLY USING CORPORA, STATISTICS, OR WORD SIMILARITY.
I RECEIVED A LOT OF USEFUL HINTS WHICH I SHOULD HAVE SHAARED EARLIER.
1. AND 2. ARE ACTUALLY PAPERS ON MT OF COMP. NOUNS, THE OTHER REFERENCES
ARE MORE ABOUT EXTRACTION, INTERPRETATION, OR GIVE GENERAL LITERATURE
IN THE FIELD.
1. GREGORY GREFENSTETTE SENT ME HIS PAPER FROM THE
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