Ramona Enache


A Cloud-Based Editor for Multilingual Grammars
Thomas Hallgren | Ramona Enache | Aarne Ranta
Proceedings of the Grammar Engineering Across Frameworks (GEAF) 2015 Workshop


Multilingual access to cultural heritage content on the Semantic Web
Dana Dannélls | Aarne Ranta | Ramona Enache | Mariana Damova | Maria Mateva
Proceedings of the 7th Workshop on Language Technology for Cultural Heritage, Social Sciences, and Humanities

MT Techniques in a Retrieval System of Semantically Enriched Patents
Meritxell Gonzalez | Maria Mateva | Ramona Enache | Cristina Espana-Bonet | Lluis Marquez | Borislav Popov | Aarne Ranta
Proceedings of Machine Translation Summit XIV: Posters


A Hybrid System for Patent Translation
Ramona Enache | Cristina España-Bonet | Aarne Ranta | Lluís Màrquez
Proceedings of the 16th Annual conference of the European Association for Machine Translation

Combining Language Resources Into A Grammar-Driven Swedish Parser
Malin Ahlberg | Ramona Enache
Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC'12)

This paper describes work on a rule-based, open-source parser for Swedish. The central component is a wide-coverage grammar implemented in the GF formalism (Grammatical Framework), a dependently typed grammar formalism based on Martin-Löf type theory. GF has strong support for multilinguality and has so far been used successfully for controlled languages and recent experiments have showed that it is also possible to use the framework for parsing unrestricted language. In addition to GF, we use two other main resources: the Swedish treebank Talbanken and the electronic lexicon SALDO. By combining the grammar with a lexicon extracted from SALDO we obtain a parser accepting all sentences described by the given rules. We develop and test this on examples from Talbanken. The resulting parser gives a full syntactic analysis of the input sentences. It will be highly reusable, freely available, and as GF provides libraries for compiling grammars to a number of programming languages, chosen parts of the the grammar may be used in various NLP applications.


Patent translation within the MOLTO project
Cristina España-Bonet | Ramona Enache | Adam Slaski | Aarne Ranta | Lluís Màrquez | Meritxell Gonzàlez
Proceedings of the 4th Workshop on Patent Translation

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A Framework for Improved Access to Museum Databases in the Semantic Web
Dana Dannélls | Mariana Damova | Ramona Enache | Milen Chechev
Proceedings of the Workshop on Language Technologies for Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage