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Linguistic analysis of non-ITG word reordering between language pairs with different word order typologies
Hwidong Na, Jong-Hyeok Lee
Article No.: 11
The Inversion Transduction Grammar (ITG) constraints have been widely used for word reordering in machine translation studies. They are, however, so restricted that some types of word reordering cannot be handled properly. We analyze three corpora...
Allograph modeling for online handwritten characters in devanagari using constrained stroke clustering
Bharath A., Sriganesh Madhvanath
Article No.: 12
Writer-specific character writing variations such as those of stroke order and stroke number are an important source of variability in the input when handwriting is captured “online” via a stylus and a challenge for robust online...
Incremental blind feedback: An effective approach to automatic query expansion
Jiaul H. Paik, Dipasree Pal, Swapan K. Parui
Article No.: 13
Automatic query expansion (AQE) is a useful technique for enhancing the effectiveness of information retrieval systems. In this article, we propose a novel AQE algorithm which first adopts a systematic incremental approach to choose feedback...
Stemming is a basic method for morphological normalization of natural language texts. In this study, we focus on the problem of stemming several resource-poor languages from Eastern India, viz., Assamese, Bengali, Bishnupriya Manipuri and Bodo....
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