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Toward a Professional Platform for Chinese Character Conversion
Tianyong Hao, Chunshen Zhu
Article No.: 1
Increasing communication among Chinese-speaking regions using respectively traditional and simplified Chinese character systems has highlighted the subtle-yet-extensive differences between the two systems, which can lead to unexpected hindrance in...
The Left and Right Context of a Word: Overlapping Chinese Syllable Word Segmentation with Minimal Context
Mike Tian-Jian Jiang, Tsung-Hsien Lee, Wen-Lian Hsu
Article No.: 2
Since a Chinese syllable can correspond to many characters (homophones), the syllable-to-character conversion task is quite challenging for Chinese phonetic input methods (CPIM). There are usually two stages in a CPIM: 1. segment the syllable...
A Two-Phase Framework for Learning Logical Structures of Paragraphs in Legal Articles
Ngo Xuan Bach, Nguyen Le Minh, Tran Thi Oanh, Akira Shimazu
Article No.: 3
Analyzing logical structures of texts is important to understanding natural language, especially in the legal domain, where legal texts have their own specific characteristics. Recognizing logical structures in legal texts does not only help...
Attention-Feedback Based Robust Segmentation of Online Handwritten Isolated Tamil Words
Suresh Sundaram, A. G. Ramakrishnan
Article No.: 4
In this article, we propose a lexicon-free, script-dependent approach to segment online handwritten isolated Tamil words into its constituent symbols. Our proposed segmentation strategy comprises two modules, namely the (1) Dominant Overlap...