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Author: Morrissey, Sara

Number of items: 15.


Dandapat , Sandipan and Morrissey, Sara and Kumar Naskar, Sudip and Somers, Harold (2010) Statistically motivated example-based machine translation using translation memory. In: the 8th International Conference on Natural Language Processing ICON 2010, 8 - 11 Dec. 2010, Kharagpur, India.

Dandapat, Sandipan and Morrissey, Sara and Kumar Naskar, Sudip and Somers, Harold (2010) Mitigating problems in analogy-based EBMT with SMT and vice versa: a case study with named entity transliteration. In: the 24th Pacific Asia Conference on Language Information and Computation (PACLIC 2010), 4 - 7 November 2010, Sendai, Japan.

Smith, Robert and Morrissey, Sara and Somers, Harold (2010) HCI for the deaf community: developing human-like avatars for sign language synthesis. In: iHCI 2010 - 4th Irish Human Computer Interaction Conference, 2-3 September 2010, Dublin, Ireland. ISBN 1872327885

Morrissey, Sara and Somers, Harold and Smith, Robert and Gilchrist, Shane and Dandapat, Sandipan (2010) Building a sign language corpus for use in machine translation. In: the 4th Workshop on Representation and Processing of Sign Languages: Corpora for Sign Language Technologies, 17 - 23 May 2010, Valetta, Malta.


Morrissey, Sara (2009) An assessment of appropriate sign language representation for machine translation in the healthcare domain. In: Sign Language Corpora : Linguistic Issues Workshop 2009, 24-25 July 2009, London, UK.


Morrissey, Sara (2008) Data-driven machine translation for sign languages. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

Morrissey, Sara (2008) Assistive translation technology for deaf people: translating into and animating Irish sign language. In: ICCHP 2008 - 12th International Conference on Computers Helping People with Special Needs, 9-11 July 2008, Linz, Austria.

Bungeroth, Jan and Stein, Daniel and Dreuw, Philippe and Ney, Hermann and Morrissey, Sara and Way, Andy and van Zijl, Lynette (2008) The ATIS sign language corpus. In: LREC 2008 - Sixth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation, 28-30 May 2008, Marrakech, Morocco.


Morrissey, Sara and Way, Andy and Stein, Daniel and Bungeroth, Jan and Ney, Hermann (2007) Combining data-driven MT systems for improved sign language translation. In: Machine Translation Summit XI, 10-14 September, 2007, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Stein, Daniel and Dreuw, Philippe and Ney, Hermann and Morrissey, Sara and Way, Andy (2007) Hand in hand: automatic sign Language to English translation. In: TMI-07 - Proceedings of The 11th Conference on Theoretical and Methodological Issues in Machine Translation, 7-9 September 2007, Skövde, Sweden.

Morrissey, Sara and Way, Andy (2007) Joining hands: developing a sign language machine translation system with and for the deaf community. In: CVHI-2007 - Conference and Workshop on Assistive Technologies for People with Vision and Hearing Impairments: Assistive Technology for All Ages , 28-31 August 2007, Granada, Spain. ISBN 1613-0073


Morrissey, Sara (2006) Experiments in sign language machine translation using examples. In: CASCON 2006: Dublin Symposium, 17 October 2006, Dublin, Ireland.

Morrissey, Sara and Way, Andy (2006) Lost in translation: the problems of using mainstream MT evaluation metrics for sign language translation. In: SALTMIL 2006 - 5th SALTMIL Workshop on Minority Languages, 23 May 2006, Genoa, Italy.

Armstrong, Stephen and Flanagan, Marian and Graham, Yvette and Groves, Declan and Mellebeek, Bart and Morrissey, Sara and Stroppa, Nicolas and Way, Andy (2006) MaTrEx: machine translation using examples. In: TC-STAR OpenLab on Speech Translation 2006, 30 March - 1 April 2006, Trento, Italy.


Morrissey, Sara and Way, Andy (2005) An example-based approach to translating sign language. In: Second Workshop on Example-based Machine Translation, 16 September 2005, Phuket, Thailand.

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