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Ying Zhang (张盈), also known as Joy, is a Ph.D. student of the Language Technologies Institute, School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University.
My research area is Machine Translation/Natural Language Processing. Currently I am working on the Chinese-English and Arabic-English Statistical Machine Translation system, as part of the GALE project. Previously, I have been working on TransTac, Robust Adaptable Data Driven Machine Translation System (RADD-MT) project under TIDES, and LingWear project. I am also involved in the Sign Translation project.
My recent work includes a full-scale statistical machine translation system (PanDoRA) developed as part of a speech-to-speech translation on a PDA; and a distributed language model system which makes use of arbitrarily large data in a distributed environment.
Supervisors: Stephan Vogel and Alex Waibel
Latest: SALM ( Suffix array and its applications in empirical natural language processing) source code and precompiled binaries released. Applications including Suffix Array Language Model, an online language model that allows for arbitrarily long history.
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Language Technologies Institute
Carnegie Mellon University
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By Joy, email@example.com. Oct. 2006