THUMT is a data-driven machine translation system developed by the Natural Language Processing Group at Tsinghua University.
Machine translation is a natural language processing task that aims to translate natural languages using computers automatically. Recent several years have witnessed the rapid development of end-to-end neural machine translation, which has become the new mainstream method in practical MT systems.
On top of Theano, THUMT is an open-source toolkit for neural machine translation with the following features:
This user manual describes how to install and use THUMT.
This documentation provides detailed information about the functions in THUMT.
|THUMT-v1.01.tar.gz||530K||The package contains the source code of the system and example datasets||2017-07-02|
Latest versionPlease visit GitHub to obtain the latest version.
Jiacheng Zhang, Yanzhuo Ding, Shiqi Shen, Yong Cheng, Maosong Sun, Huanbo Luan, Yang Liu. 2017. THUMT: An Open Source Toolkit for Neural Machine Translation. arXiv:1706.06415.
Project leaders: Maosong Sun, Yang Liu, Huanbo Luan
Project members: Jiacheng Zhang, Yanzhuo Ding, Shiqi Shen, Yong Cheng
If you have questions, suggestions and bug reports, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q: Does THUMT support the latest version of Theano?
A: Yes. THUMT also supports Theano 0.9.0 released on 2017/03/20. We notice that there is a small problem with building the optimizer. Fortunately, this error does not affect running THUMT. We are working on solving this problem.
© 2017 Natural Language Processing and Computational Social Science Lab, Tsinghua University