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Hindi-to-Punjabi Machine Translation System

Hindi to Punjabi machine translation system, developed at Punjabi University, Patiala by Gurpreet Singh Lehal [1] and Dr. Vishal Goyal,[2] is aimed to translate Hindi text into Punjabi text. It is based on the direct approach. It includes Preprocessing (Text Normalization, Replacing Collocations, Replacing Proper Nouns), Translation Engine (Identifying Surnames, Identifying Titles, Lexicon Lookup, Word Sense Disambiguation, Inflection Analysis, Transliteration) and Post processing module. This system has been available online[3] for use. It has accuracy of about 94% on the basis of intelligibility test. The developers are also working on it to still improve the accuracy of the system.

References

  1. ^ http://advancedcentrepunjabi.org
  2. ^ http://punjabiuniversity.ac.in/pages/teaching/biodata/dcse/vishalgoyel.htm
  3. ^ http://h2p.learnpunjabi.org

External links

  • Complete Doctoral Thesis on Hindi to Punjabi Machine Translation System
  • Online Hindi to Punjabi Machine Translation System
  • IIIT Hyderabad Hindi to Punjabi Machine Translation System
  • Punjabi to Hindi Machine Translation System
  • Advances in machine translation systems
  • Evaluation of Hindi to Punjabi machine translation system
  • Comparative study of Hindi and Punjabi language scripts
  • Hindi morphological analyzer and generator
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