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REPORTS ON MACHINE TRANSLATION, 1962, NO. 1. FOREIGN DEVELOPMENTS IN MACHINE TRANSLATION AND INFORMATION PROCESSING NO. 128.
JOINT PUBLICATIONS RESEARCH SERVICE WASHINGTON D C
Contents Some remarks on the tasks and prospects of MT to stimulate discussion by R. Palm The parts of speech of the Estonian Language, by T. Tobias The syntactic analysis of Estonian locutions, by T. Tobias The combination of words in the Estonian sentence, by T. Tobias Algorithm of identification of Estonian designa tions of moments of time, by M. Ollissaar One method of compact alphabetic coding, by R. Palm The morphological analysis of the Russian sentence, by R. Palm One pattern of automatic compilation of a binary translation algorithm on the basis of a study of parallel texts, by R. Palm Survey of works on MT at the Tartu State University, by A. Korjus A translating machine in Tallin in 1924
Trans. of Soobshcheniya po Mashinnomu Perevodu (Estonian SSR), 1962, no. 1, pp. 3-96. Also from OTS for $2.75 as rept. 63 31091.