Central Yup'ik and Machine Translation of Low-Resource Polysynthetic Languages

Christopher Liu
Christopher Liu
Laura Dominé
Laura Dominé
Kevin Chavez
Kevin Chavez
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Abstract:

Machine translation tools do not yet exist for the Yup'ik language, a polysynthetic language spoken by around 8,000 people who live primarily in Southwest Alaska. We compiled a parallel text corpus for Yup'ik and English and developed a morphological parser for Yup'ik based on grammar rules. We trained a seq2seq neural machine translati...More

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