The Formalization of English Structures with Preposition “in” and Their Chinese Translations

Xiaowei GUAN


One of the main problems that affect the quality of machine translation is how to express the knowledge of language in precision. Based on the theory of Semantic Element (SE) and Semantic Element Representations (SER) in Unified Linguistics, the classification of English structures with preposition “in” is proposed from the perspective of C-E and E-C translation. These English structures and their Chinese translations are further formalized into English and Chinese SER respectively.
Key words: English preposition “of”; Chinese translation; formalization; SE; SER


English preposition “of”; Chinese translation; formalization; SE; SER



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