Also usable as an optional course in CSE Master's and Doctoral programmes.
27/5 Solutions to the 2011 exam
26/5 Exam time: 2 June 8:00 to 11:00 at Victoriagatan 30
20/5 Links to old exams
11/4 Added information about assignments
1/4 Added links to book chapters and other material
25/2/2014 adapted this web page from the 2012 version
The course starts 25 March and runs till the end of May.
Here is the schedule for lectures and laborations, mentioning relevant book chapters and giving links to other material. All lectures are in K235 (Lennart Torstenssonsgatan 6-8), laborations in T225 (Olof Wijksgatgan 6).
Map for finding the rooms
Aarne Ranta, lectures
Inari Listenmaa, lab sessions
Aarne Ranta, Grammatical Framework: Programming with Multilingual Grammars. CSLI Publications, Stanford, 2011. Book web page
Slides for the first part of the course are the GF book slides
Slides for the extended grammar used in the assignment: Linguistic Syntax Implementation.
GF Reference Manual
Statistical machine translation tutorials
The programming language for this work will be GF, Grammatical Framework, http://www.grammaticalframework.org/
Programming assignment, to be decided by 11 April.
Written exam: 2 June 8:00 to 11:00 at Victoriagatan 30
1. Contribution to the wide-coverage translation grammar. Scope:
Overview of the translation grammar
2. Extended mini resource grammar
Grammar, Lang, Lexicon, Paradigms, Resin the resulting directory
gf -run LangXXX.gf <compsyntax.gfsreplacing XXX with your own language code.
compsyntax-test.txtto decide whether it is OK; it should look similar to compsyntax-test-Ita.txt.
3. An application, such as a query language together with a web or mobile application and real data.
Master's Programme web page
Statistical Machine Translation by Cristina España, with evaluation from slide 204.
Asiya machine translation evaluation tool.