translation algorithm

translation algorithm

[tran′slā·shən ′al·gə‚rith·əm]
(computer science)
A specific, effective, essentially computational method for obtaining a translation from one language to another.
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Foreign language students can use the technology to record something like a play or speech, use the translation algorithm, then compare that to their own translations, Marsh-Soloway says.
Consequently, the temporal variation of the transducer output is used instead of its peak level on the basis of the translation algorithm proposed in our previous study (Liu 2007).
This unusual project pointed out the need for an accurate data translation algorithm and experienced interpretation of PCM field data, corroborated by DCVG and/or CIS information.
The IONIK data translation algorithm for PCM assessment, coupled with DCVG data, can accurately identify the location of anomalies to submeter accuracy, permit the anomalies to be ranked by severity and provide sound technical data to determine which areas of a pipeline segment require the most immediate attention.
The last thing we need is a translation algorithm. I mentioned Bayes's rule earlier: Given a Spanish sentence S, we want to find the English sentence E that maximizes P(E) [multiplied by] P(S | E).
I have outlined promising agendas for attacking this problem, including improved action abstraction and translation algorithms, novel approaches for real-time computation that address the portion of the game prior to the final round, and entirely new approaches specifically geared at solving the off-tree problem independently of the other problems.
As this type of content requires sophisticated translation, SDL's Machine Translation solution has brought a flexible approach to Cupid Media's language needs by allowing complex translation algorithms to be used for different language pairs depending on content and context.
SDL reports that because the type of content requires sophisticated translation, its Machine Translation technology brings a flexible approach to Cupid Media's language needs by allowing complex translation algorithms to be used for different language pairs depending on content and context.
The platform also features automated translation algorithms that can be used to normalize full catalogs or distinct elements from cryptic and poorly maintained source data into standard terminologies.
Referring to the purpose of this study Forward and Backward Translation algorithms has designed.
One danger to all of these sites is the advancement of computer translation algorithms and processing power.
First, they can be upgraded through software--and hence through the Internet--as more sophisticated translation algorithms are developed and as the company learns more about the way people are actually using the chips.

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