Danish and English/Structural Transfer

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Pre-evaluation

on contrastive grammar corpus

dan -> eng

  • WER: 38%
  • PER: 36%

eng -> dan

  • WER: 78%
  • PER: 78%

on short sentences corpus

dan -> eng

  • WER: 93%
  • PER: 83%

eng -> dan

  • WER: 94%
  • PER:87%

Implemented Contrastive Grammar

dan -> eng

Sentence 1

  • Correct Translation: (dan) tåren faldt → (eng) the tear fell
  • tagger: ^tåren/tår<n><ut><sg><def>/tåre<n><ut><sg><def>/tår<n><ut><sg><def>/tåre<n><ut><sg><def>$ ^faldt/falde<vblex><past><actv>$^./.<sent>$
  • biltrans: ^tåre<n><ut><sg><def>/tear<n><sg><def>$ ^falde<vblex><past><actv>/fall<vblex><past><actv>$^.<sent>/.<sent>$
  • chunker:
    • apertium-transfer: Rule 1 falde<vblex><past><actv>/fall<vblex><past><actv>
    • apertium-transfer: Rule 2 .<sent>/.<sent>
    • ^default<default>{^tear<n><sg><def>$}$ ^verb<SV>{^fall<vblex><past>$}$^sent<SENT>{^.<sent>$}$
  • interchunk: ^default<default>{^tear<n><sg><def>$}$ ^verb<SV>{^fall<vblex><past>$}$^sent<SENT>{^.<sent>$}$
  • postchunk: ^tear<n><sg><def>$ ^fall<vblex><past>$^.<sent>$
  • pair: #tear fell

eng -> dan

Setence 1

  • Correct Translation:
    • (eng) the girl → (dan) pigen
  • tagger:
    • ^the/the<det><def><sp>$ ^girl/girl<n><sg>$^./.<sent>$
  • biltrans:
    • ^the<det><def><sp>/den<det><dem><sp>$ ^girl<n><sg>/pige<n><ut><sg>$^.<sent>/.<sent>$
  • chunker:
    • ^determiner<SD><def><sp>{^den<det><3>$}$ ^noun<SN><sg>
      {^pige<n><ut><2><3>$}$^sent<SENT>{^.<sent>$}$
  • interchunk:
    • apertium-interchunk: Rule 1 determiner<SD><def><sp>{^den<det><3>$} noun<SN><sg>
      {^pige<n><ut><2><3>$}
    • ^noun<SN><sg><def>{^pige<n><ut><2><3>$}$^sent<SENT>{^.<sent>$}$
  • postchunk:
    • ^pige<n><ut><sg><def>$^.<sent>$
  • pair: pigen

Post-evaluation on short sentences corpus

On Cinderella sentences

dan -> eng

  • WER: 92%
  • PER: 82%

eng -> dan

  • WER: 93%
  • PER: 86%