Joshua is an open-source statistical machine translation decoder | for phrase-based (new in 6.0), hierarchical, and syntax-based | machine translation, written in Java. It is developed at the | Human Language Technology Center of Excellence at Johns Hopkins | University. Currently under incubation at the ASF.
Joshua is an open-source statistical machine translation decoder for phrase-based (new in 6.0), hierarchical, and syntax-based machine translation, written in Java. It is developed at the Human Language Technology Center of Excellence at Johns Hopkins University.
This charm provides the full development environment which allows users to both build and deploy language packs to the server and run translations against them.
To build language packs it is advised you use this charm in conjunction with one of the Hadoop bundles available in the charm store to allow you to make use of a full Hadoop cluster for the Thrax execution
To deploy joshua-full:
juju deploy cs:~apachefoundation/joshua-full
Known Limitations and Issues
Currently Joshua only supports a single language pack deployed against it at once.
Port: specify the port you want the Joshua http interface to run on for remote calls to the Joshua server.
Memory: amount of RAM the server should consume.
To contact the authors swing by the dev mailing list: firstname.lastname@example.org