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Sanskrit Computational Linguistics

Jha, Girish Nath (Jhā, Girīśanātha) [Hrsg.]:
Sanskrit computational linguistics : 4th international symposium, New Delhi, India, December 10 - 12, 2010 ; proceedings / Girish Nath Jha (ed.). - Berlin ; Heidelberg ; New York, NY : Springer, 2010. - XIV, 258 S. : graph. Darst. - (Lecture notes in computer science ; Vol. 6465 : Lecture notes in artificial intelligence)
ISBN 978-3-642-17527-5
EUR 49,22
DDC: 491.20285

This volume constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Sanskrit Computational Linguistics, held in New Delhi, India, in December 2010. The 18 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from numerous submissions. The papers can be categorized under following broad areas such as phonology and speech technology; morphology and shallow parsing; syntax, semantics and parsing; lexical resources, annotation and search; machine translation and ambiguity resolution. [Verlagsinformation]

Rama Nath Sharma:
Rule Interaction, Blocking and Derivation in Pāṇini. 1
Wiebke Petersen and Silke Hamann:
On the Generalizability of Pāṇini's Pratyāhāra-Technique to Other Languages. 21
Baiju Mahananda, C.M.S. Raju, Ramalinga Reddy Patil, Narayana Jha, Shrinivasa Varakhedi, and Prahallad Kishore:
Building a Prototype Text to Speech for Sanskrit. 39
Peter M. Scharf:
Rule-Blocking and Forward-Looking Conditions in the Computational Modelling of Pāṇinian Derivation. 48
Anil Kumar, Vipul Mittal, and Amba Kulkarni:
Sanskrit Compound Processor. 57
Amba Kulkarni, Sheetal Pokar, and Devanand Shukl:
Designing a Constraint Based Parser for Sanskrit. 70
Rajesh Tavva and Navjyoti Singh:
Generative Graph Grammar of Neo-Vaiśeṣika Formal Ontology (NVFO). 91
Malhar Kulkarni, Anuja Ajotikar, Tanuja Ajotikar, Dipesh Katira, Chinmay Dharurkar, and Chaitali Dangarikar:
Headedness and Modification in Nyāya Morpho-Syntactic Analysis: Towards a Bracket-Parsing Model. 106
Abhinandan S. Prasad and Shrisha Rao:
Citation Matching in Sanskrit Corpora Using Local Alignment. 124
Diwakar Mani:
RDBMS Based Lexical Resource for Indian Heritage: The Case of Mahābhārata. 137
Madhav Gopal, Diwakar Mishra, and Devi Priyanka Singh:
Evaluating Tagsets for Sanskrit. 150
Oliver Hellwig:
Performance of a Lexical and POS Tagger for Sanskrit. 162
Sivaja S. Nair and Amba Kulkarni:
The Knowledge Structure in Amarakośa. 173
Malhar Kulkarni, Irawati Kulkarni, Chaitali Dangarikar, and Pushpak Bhattacharyya:
Gloss in Sanskrit Wordnet. 190
Preeti Shukla, Devanand Shukl, and Amba Kulkarni:
Vibhakti Divergence between Sanskrit and Hindi. 198
Pravin Pralayankar and Sobha Lalitha Devi:
Anaphora Resolution Algorithm for Sanskrit. 209
Brendan S. Gillon:
Linguistic Investigations into Ellipsis in Classical Sanskrit. 218
Sridhar Subbanna and Shrinivasa Varakhedi:
Asiddhatva Principle in Computational Model of Aṣṭādhyāyī. 231
Anand Mishra:
Modelling Aṣṭādhyāyī: An Approach Based on the Methodology of Ancillary Disciplines (Vedāṅga). 239
Author Index. 259


GIRISH NATH JHA, Associate Professor, Computational Linguistics, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. Profile page.

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