Graham Russell

Also published as: G.J. Russell, Graham J. Russell


Moz: Translation of Structured Terminology-Rich Text
Graham Russell
Actes de la 17e conférence sur le Traitement Automatique des Langues Naturelles. Démonstrations

Description of Moz, a translation support system designed for texts exhibiting a high proportion of structured and semi-structured terminological content. The system comprises a web-based collaborative translation memory, with high recall via subsentential linguistic analysis and facilities for messaging and quality assurance. It is in production use, translating some 140,000 words per week.


Automatic Detection of Translation Errors: The TransCheck System
Graham Russell
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Automatic Detection of Translation Errors: The State of the Art
Graham Russell | George Foster | Ngoc Tran Nguyen
Proceedings of HLT/EMNLP 2005 Interactive Demonstrations


Statistical machine translation: rapid development with limited resources
George Foster | Simona Gandrabur | Philippe Langlais | Pierre Plamondon | Graham Russell | Michel Simard
Proceedings of Machine Translation Summit IX: Papers

We describe an experiment in rapid development of a statistical machine translation (SMT) system from scratch, using limited resources: under this heading we include not only training data, but also computing power, linguistic knowledge, programming effort, and absolute time.


What’s been forgotten in translation memory
Elliott Macklovitch | Graham Russell
Proceedings of the Fourth Conference of the Association for Machine Translation in the Americas: Technical Papers

Although undeniably useful for the translation of certain types of repetitive document, current translation memory technology is limited by the rudimentary techniques employed for approximate matching. Such systems, moreover, incorporate no real notion of a document, since the databases that underlie them are essentially composed of isolated sentence strings. As a result, current TM products can only exploit a small portion of the knowledge residing in translators’ past production. This paper examines some of the changes that will have to be implemented if the technology is to be made more widely applicable.


Errors of omission in translation
Graham Russell
Proceedings of the 8th Conference on Theoretical and Methodological Issues in Machine Translation of Natural Languages


LHIP: Extended DCGs for Configurable Robust Parsing
Afzal Ballim | Graham Russell
COLING 1994 Volume 1: The 15th International Conference on Computational Linguistics


A Practical Approach to Multiple Default Inheritance for Unification-Based Lexicons
Graham Russell | Afzal Ballim | John Carroll | Susan Warwick-Armstrong
Computational Linguistics, Volume 18, Number 3, September 1992, Special Issue on Inheritance: II

Compound Nouns in a Unification-Based MT System
Pierrette Bouillon | Katharina Boesefeldt | Graham Russell
Third Conference on Applied Natural Language Processing


Multiple Default Inheritance in a Unification-Based Lexicon
Graham Russell | John Carroll | Susan Warwick-Armstrong
29th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics

A Language for the Statement of Binary Relations over Feature Structures
Graham Russell | Afzal Ballim | Dominique Estival | Susan Warwick-Armstrong
Fifth Conference of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics


Asymmetry in Parsing and Generating with Unification Grammars: Case Studies From ELU
Graham Russell | John Carroll | Susan Warwick
28th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics


A Computational Framework for Lexical Description
Graeme D. Ritchie | Stephen G. Pulman | Alan W. Black | Graham J. Russell
Computational Linguistics, Formerly the American Journal of Computational Linguistics, Volume 13, Numbers 3-4, July-December 1987

Formalisms for Morphographemic Description
Alan Black | Graeme Ritchie | Steve Pulman | Graham Russell
Third Conference of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics


A Dictionary and Morphological Analyser for English
G.J. Russell | S.G. Pulman | G.D. Ritchie | A.W. Black
Coling 1986 Volume 1: The 11th International Conference on Computational Linguistics