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News from MOLTO

These news are posted by the MOLTO Consortium. Relevant conferences, events or new technology are likely to be covered subjects. Some news are also informally published in the MOLTO Twitter Feed.

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MOLTO - Multilingual On-line Translation

Caprotti O, España-Bonet C, Màrquez L, Ranta A. MOLTO - Multilingual On-line Translation. 2010.

The project presentation in short (5'), given by Cristina during EAMT 2010.

MOLTO Presentation

Consortium MOLTO. MOLTO Presentation. 2010.

This is the general presentation of MOLTO valid during the first 10-12 months of the project's lifetime. The presentation will be updated as new results become available. It will be delivered to the press office of the EU on June 1st.

MOLTO on twitter - follow us!

Since today MOLTO is twittering at The tweets will be more informal than the news posted on the official web site. We publish the following hashcodes: #MOLTO, #GF, #SMT, #MT, and #OWL. I propose also #GF-RGL for tweets about the GF Resource Grammar Library and #GF-MGL for the GF Math Grammar Library.

People of MOLTO, if you are twittering, we can add you to the people list that we maintain:

Everyone, enjoy.

MOLTO Poster for EAMT 2010

Caprotti O, Ranta A. MOLTO Poster for EAMT 2010. 2010.

The poster describes in short the goals and tasks of the MOLTO project.

Patent Translation Task at NTCIR Workshops

5 May 2010 13:50

The NTCIR Workshop is devoted to the Evaluation of Information Access Technologies for Asian languages and in the last two editions is including a patent translation task:

PAT-MT: Patent Translation

GF course at the University of Helsinki

4 May 2010 13:15
5 May 2010 12:00

On May 4th and 5th, Aarne Ranta and Ramona Enache are coming to Helsinki to give a short course on the Grammatical Framework. The course covers a tutorial to GF, an overview of some recent advances in the development and application of GF, as well as some hands-on exercises.

Further information about the course can be found on the course home page.

Controlled Natural Languages Workshop

13 Sep 2010
15 Sep 2010

2nd Call for Extended Abstracts

(deadline for submissions postponed to 28 May 2010)

CNL 2010 2nd Workshop on Controlled Natural Languages

Marettimo Island, Sicily (Italy) 13-15 September 2010

Controlled natural languages (CNLs) are subsets of natural languages, obtained by restricting the grammar and vocabulary in order to reduce or eliminate ambiguity and complexity.

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