Un système multilingual d'interprétation automatique : étape du sous-logiciel "analyse" pour les langues germaniques

Abstract : In part one of the thesis, the reader is reminded first of all the language models underlying grammars from which the systems of automatic processing of languages borrow, and second of the computing aids that make applications possible. A vast survey of the machine translation and computer-assisted translation systems incepted since the early beginnings up to 1991 illustrates the developments in connection with translating. In counterpart to the limits offered by the present systems, in part 2 of this thesis, another path is laid down, whose basis is the following hypothesis : is it possible to a minimum the quality of the target-text for a reader - a specialist of the area who, however, is not familiar with the language of the source-text-, to recreate its meaning through implicit comprehension? Hyperanalysis applies to the whole of the text. The local hypersyntactic module explores everything that introduces an object, defines it, names it (
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Pierre Dimon. Un système multilingual d'interprétation automatique : étape du sous-logiciel "analyse" pour les langues germaniques. Linguistique. Université Paul Verlaine - Metz, 1994. Français. ⟨NNT : 1994METZ005L⟩. ⟨tel-01776015⟩

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