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Research Paper | Linguistics | India | Volume 3 Issue 11, November 2014
Marathi to English Machine Translation for Simple Sentences
G V Garje | Adesh Gupta | Aishwarya Desai | Nikhil Mehta | Apurva Ravetkar
Abstract: With globalization English has become the official language of the world. With about 71 million Marathi speaking people and varied works in Marathi literature and novels calls for translation. A system is proposed that translates simple Marathi sentences to English using Rule based approach. The system makes use of an online POS (parts-of-speech) tagger maintained by TDIL. Using rule based approach the system is feasible up to certain extent.
Keywords: Natural Language Processing, Rule-based Machine Translation, Marathi, English, Grammar
Edition: Volume 3 Issue 11, November 2014,
Pages: 1363 - 1365
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