Martin Kay - Books


  • Linguistics and Information Science (with Karen Spärck Jones), Academic Press, 1973.
  • Natural Language in Information Science (edited with D. E. Walker and Hans Karlgren), Skriptor, Stockholm, 1977
  • Verbmobil: A Translation System for Face-to-Face Dialog (with John Mark Gawron and Peter Norwig), CSLI, Stanford, California, 1994.
  • An Introduction to Machine Translation. W. John Hutchins and Harold L. Somers. London: Academic Press, 1992.
  • Handbook of Computational Linguistics. Ruslan Mitkov (ed.). Oxford University Press, 2003. (Introduction.)

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