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|name=OxyGen
|name=OxyGen
|description=A language independent Linearization Engine
|description=A language independent Linearization Engine
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|details=A language independent Linearization Engine. OxyGen takes an input expression in the form of the Abstract Meaning Representation (AMR) developed for the <a href=Nitrogen.htm > Nitrogen </a> generator and works out a linear ordering for the specified lexical items. The output of the linearization process is a word lattice. A language (oxyL) is specified for writing linearization rules. The linearization process is hybrid, combining symbolic and statistical information. The system has been used in machine translation efforts such as <a href=http://hanne.umiacs.umd.edu:11111/chinmt/ >ChinMT</a> and others from Bonnie Dorr.
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|details=A language independent Linearization Engine. OxyGen takes an input expression in the form of the Abstract Meaning Representation (AMR) developed for the [[Nitrogen]] generator and works out a linear ordering for the specified lexical items. The output of the linearization process is a word lattice. A language (oxyL) is specified for writing linearization rules. The linearization process is hybrid, combining symbolic and statistical information. The system has been used in machine translation efforts such as [http://hanne.umiacs.umd.edu:11111/chinmt/ ChinMT] and others from Bonnie Dorr.
|timestamp=2002/12/22
|timestamp=2002/12/22
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