The Xingjiang Technical Institute of Physics and Chemistry

Urunchi, China

The Xingjiang Technical Institute of Physics and Chemistry

Urunchi, China
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Dong X.,The Xingjiang Technical Institute of Physics and Chemistry | Wang L.,The Xingjiang Technical Institute of Physics and Chemistry | Zhou X.,The Xingjiang Technical Institute of Physics and Chemistry | Zhou J.,The Xingjiang Technical Institute of Physics and Chemistry
Journal of Information and Computational Science | Year: 2012

Chinese and Uyghur are mainly different from each other in two aspects. First, Chinese is a SVO (subject-verb-object) language, Uyghur is a SOV language. Second, Chinese is an isolated language, characters (words) are almost hieroglyphics, morphological processing doesn't work at all, while Uyghur is an agglutinative language with very productive inflectional and derivational word-formation processes. This dissertation focuses on solving the difference of syntactic structure. To make Chinese and Uyghur more similar, in experiments, we reorder parts of syntactic structure of Chinese phrase to that of Uyghur. Experiments show that phrase reordering rules can effectively improve the performance of translation. © 2012 by Binary Information Press.

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