By Aldo Ghizzetti
Computerized Translation of Languages is a set of papers that discusses a few of the matters in automated language translation structures.
The textual content first covers algebraic linguistics and computer translation, after which proceeds to tackling the most innovations in computerized translation of languages. subsequent, the choice bargains with the equivalence of versions of language utilized in the fields of mechanical translation and data retrieval. The textual content additionally discusses computational strategy in linguistic study. the following chapters aspect syntax and syntactic integration.
The ebook can be of significant use to scientists and execs who occupied with the learn and improvement of automated language translation structures.
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This is comfortably within the capacity of one reel of magnetic tape for the 7090. Since a 7090 normally has room for at least ten magnetic tapes to be attached to it at once, it is clear that the mere size of the dictionary will not present a storage problem. The next question that naturally arises is : Given such a dictionary, how can it be consulted with reasonable speed? Once again, the fact is that quite conventional methods will suffice. One magnetic tape can be read by the 7090 at the rate of 60,000 characters/sec; most 7090 computers actually have two channels for magnetic tape reading and writing, which can be used simultaneously.
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