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Table A.1

Textual information of Supplementary samples.

No.DatasetSource paper ref.PageTarget paper ref.Context
ACL Chen and Nie (2000) Chen (1993) others can be very noisy. Aligning English-Chinese parallel texts is already very difficult because of the great differences in the syntactic structures and writing systems of the two languages. A number of alignment techniques have been proposed, varying from statistical methods to lexical methods (Kay and RSscheisen, 1993 [=?=]; The method we adopted is that of Simard et al. (1992). Because it considers both length similarity and cognateness as alignment criteria, the method is more robust and better able to deal with noise than pure length-based methods. Cognates are identical sequences of characters in corresponding words in two 
 
ACL Rosé (2000) Grishman, Macleod, and Meyers (1994) into the corresponding slots in the so Otherwise the constructor function fails. Take as an example the sentence “The meeting I had scheduled was canceled by you.” as it is processed by using the CARMEL grammar and lexicon, which is built on top of the COMLEX lexicon [=?=] The grammar assigns deep syntactic functional roles to constituents. Thus, “you” is the deep subject of and “the meeting” is the direct object both of and of The detailed subcategorization classes associated with verbs, nouns, and adjectives in COMLEX make it possible to determine what these 
No.DatasetSource paper ref.PageTarget paper ref.Context
ACL Chen and Nie (2000) Chen (1993) others can be very noisy. Aligning English-Chinese parallel texts is already very difficult because of the great differences in the syntactic structures and writing systems of the two languages. A number of alignment techniques have been proposed, varying from statistical methods to lexical methods (Kay and RSscheisen, 1993 [=?=]; The method we adopted is that of Simard et al. (1992). Because it considers both length similarity and cognateness as alignment criteria, the method is more robust and better able to deal with noise than pure length-based methods. Cognates are identical sequences of characters in corresponding words in two 
 
ACL Rosé (2000) Grishman, Macleod, and Meyers (1994) into the corresponding slots in the so Otherwise the constructor function fails. Take as an example the sentence “The meeting I had scheduled was canceled by you.” as it is processed by using the CARMEL grammar and lexicon, which is built on top of the COMLEX lexicon [=?=] The grammar assigns deep syntactic functional roles to constituents. Thus, “you” is the deep subject of and “the meeting” is the direct object both of and of The detailed subcategorization classes associated with verbs, nouns, and adjectives in COMLEX make it possible to determine what these 
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