The free/open-source machine translation platform Apertium, originally created by the Transducens group, has been selected again as one of the projects supported by Google in their Google Summer of Code program. Students from around the world can now apply for one of the 5,000 USD grants for working for three … Continue reading
The Miguel de Cervantes Digital Library and the Bibliothèque Nationale de France have become the first recipients of the new Stanford Prize for Innovation in Research Libraries (SPIRL). The prize was created to recognize efforts to transform research libraries through innovative programs, projects and services.
The Transducens group is one of the parters of the Abu-Matran European project of the Seventh Framework Programme. Abu-Matran is coordinated by Dr. Antonio Toral from the Dublin City University. The consortium is integrated by Dublin City University (Ireland), Prompsit Language Engineering (Spain), Transducens Research Group at Universitat d’Alacant, Faculty of Humanities and … Continue reading
The system presented by the researchers of Transducens group Miquel Esplà-Gomis, Felipe Sánchez-Martínez, and Mikel L. Forcada, was the second best system in the cross-lingual textual entailiment (CLTE) for English-Spanish task according to the ranking published for the task 8 of SemEval 2012. CLTE is a natural language processing open … Continue reading
The free/open-source machine translation platform Apertium, originally created by the Transducens group, has been selected again by the Google Summer of Code initiative. This summer, eleven students from several countries around the world (out of the 1,200 total students participating in the programme) will get a grant of 5,000 USD … Continue reading
The system presented by the researchers of Transducens group Víctor M. Sánchez-Cartagena, Felipe Sánchez-Martínez, and Juan A. Pérez-Ortiz in the 6th Workshop on Statistical Machine Translation, was one of the two best performing systems for Spanish to English translation.