Alon Lavie
Alon Lavie
Unbabel; Consulting Professor, Language Technologies Institute, Carnegie Mellon University
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METEOR: An automatic metric for MT evaluation with improved correlation with human judgments
S Banerjee, A Lavie
Proceedings of the acl workshop on intrinsic and extrinsic evaluation …, 2005
26532005
Meteor universal: Language specific translation evaluation for any target language
M Denkowski, A Lavie
Proceedings of the ninth workshop on statistical machine translation, 376-380, 2014
12402014
METEOR: An automatic metric for MT evaluation with high levels of correlation with human judgments
A Lavie, A Agarwal
Proceedings of the second workshop on statistical machine translation, 228-231, 2007
6462007
Better hypothesis testing for statistical machine translation: Controlling for optimizer instability
JH Clark, C Dyer, A Lavie, NA Smith
Proceedings of the 49th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational …, 2011
4782011
Meteor 1.3: Automatic metric for reliable optimization and evaluation of machine translation systems
M Denkowski, A Lavie
Proceedings of the sixth workshop on statistical machine translation, 85-91, 2011
3682011
The Meteor metric for automatic evaluation of machine translation
A Lavie, MJ Denkowski
Machine translation 23 (2-3), 105-115, 2009
2432009
Parser combination by reparsing
K Sagae, A Lavie
Proceedings of the Human Language Technology Conference of the NAACL …, 2006
1992006
A classifier-based parser with linear run-time complexity
K Sagae, A Lavie
Proceedings of the Ninth International Workshop on Parsing Technology, 125-132, 2005
1462005
The significance of recall in automatic metrics for MT evaluation
A Lavie, K Sagae, S Jayaraman
Conference of the Association for Machine Translation in the Americas, 134-143, 2004
1342004
Meteor, m-bleu and m-ter: Evaluation metrics for high-correlation with human rankings of machine translation output
A Agarwal, A Lavie
Proceedings of the Third Workshop on Statistical Machine Translation, 115-118, 2008
1292008
JANUS-III: Speech-to-speech translation in multiple languages
A Lavie, A Waibel, L Levin, M Finke, D Gates, M Gavalda, T Zeppenfeld, ...
1997 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal …, 1997
1281997
Humor recognition and humor anchor extraction
D Yang, A Lavie, C Dyer, E Hovy
Proceedings of the 2015 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language …, 2015
1242015
JANUS 93: Towards spontaneous speech translation
M Woszczyna, N Aoki-Waibel, FD Buo, N Coccaro, K Horiguchi, T Kemp, ...
Proceedings of ICASSP'94. IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech …, 1994
1061994
Automatic measurement of syntactic development in child language
K Sagae, A Lavie, B MacWhinney
Proceedings of the 43rd Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational …, 2005
1052005
10. GLR*-AN EFFICIENT NOISE-SKIPPING PARSING ALGORITHM FOR CONTEXT-FREE GRAMMARS
A Lavie, M Tomita
Recent Advances in Parsing Technology 1, 183, 1996
981996
High-accuracy annotation and parsing of CHILDES transcripts
K Sagae, E Davis, A Lavie, B MacWhinney, S Wintner
Proceedings of the Workshop on Cognitive Aspects of Computational Language …, 2007
952007
Meteor-next and the meteor paraphrase tables: Improved evaluation support for five target languages
M Denkowski, A Lavie
Proceedings of the Joint Fifth Workshop on Statistical Machine Translation …, 2010
902010
Multi-engine machine translation guided by explicit word matching
S Jayaraman, A Lavie
Proceedings of the 10th EAMT Conference: Practical applications of machine …, 2005
892005
An interlingua based on domain actions for machine translation of task-oriented dialogues
L Levin, D Gates, A Lavie, A Waibel
Fifth International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, 1998
871998
The NESPOLE! Speech to Speech Translation System
F Metze, J McDonough, H Soltau, A Waibel, A Lavie, S Burger, C Langley, ...
Human Language Technologies 2002, 6 pages, 2002
852002
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