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An IDE for the Grammatical Framework

Camilleri J. An IDE for the Grammatical Framework. In: Third International Workshop on Free/Open-Source Rule-Based Machine Translation (FreeRBMT 2012). Third International Workshop on Free/Open-Source Rule-Based Machine Translation (FreeRBMT 2012).; 2012.

Ramona Enache is visiting UPC

Ramona Enache from UGOT is spending a research study visit at UPC to work with the local team on hybrid methods for robust statistical translation. She is one of the expert developer of GF, so do not miss talking to her if you are interested in the current research done at Chalmers on grammar-based machine translation.

YouTube video channel for the MOLTO project

To accomodate some requests, we now have uploaded the videos streamed during FreeRBMT to the newly created moltoproject YouTube channel:

Consortium members wishing to upload their public lectures related to work done in MOLTO should ask Olga for the channel's credentials.


Keynote Jeroen van Grondelle at ESWC 2012

28 May 2012 14:52
31 May 2012 14:52

On May 28th, Jeroen van Grondelle delivered a keynote at the Extended Semantic Web Conference 2012, with the title New Audiences for Ontologies. In his talk, he presented Be Informed's business process platform, how it exposes new audiences to ontologies and how technologies from both Molto and Monnet projects are used to support these audiences in understanding and taking ownership of these ontologies.

GF Course at Be Informed

4 Jun 2012 09:00
6 Jun 2012 17:00

Early June, a number of employees at Be Informed were trained in GF by Aarne Ranta and John Camilleri at Be Informed's offices in Apeldoorn.

First Call for Papers International Conference on Asian Language Processing 2012 (IALP 2012)

1 Jul 2012

First Call for Papers

International Conference on Asian Language Processing 2012 (IALP 2012)

Hanoi, Vietnam, Nov 13-15, 2012

Paper Submission deadline: Jul 1,2012


Paper submissions are invited on substantial, original and unpublished research in all aspects of Asian Language Processing, including, but not limited to:

  • Under-resourced language studies
  • Input and output of large character sets of Asian languages
  • Typesetting and font designs of Asian languages
  • Asian character encoding and compression
  • Multi

AMTA-2012 Technology Showcase - Call for MT Technology Demonstrations and Exhibits

31 Aug 2012

Contact: Jennifer DeCamp (

The tenth biennial conference of the Association for Machine Translation in the Americas (AMTA-2012) will be held at the Catamaran Resort Hotel in San Diego California, Sunday, October 28 through Thursday, November 1, 2012.

ACL Lifetime Achievement Award to William A. Woods

Some time it is good to sit back and read a high level description of the work done by a world class scientist. In this case, the ACL Lifetime Achievement Award paper The Right Tools: Reflections on Computation and Language is a great summary by its author William A. Woods of his life work.

It is published in: Journal Computational Linguistics archive, Volume 36 Issue 4, December 2010.

A similar paper,

CFP: Machine Translation Journal

15 Sep 2012

Special Issue on Quality Estimation

Guest editors: Lucia Specia (University of Sheffield) Radu Soricut (SDL Language Weaver)

Quality estimation is a topic of increasing interest in the field of Machine Translation (MT). It aims at providing a quality indicator for unseen translated texts at various granularity levels.

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