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Morphological analyser based on finite state transducer: a case study for Oriya language

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Human Language Technologies as a challenge for Computer Science and Linguistics (2; 21-23.04.2005; Poznań, Poland)
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This paper deals with the effective design and implementation of the morphological analyser of Oriya, which is a morphologically rich language derived from Sanskrit. The most of the morphemes in Oriya coordinate with the root words in the form of suffixes. Information such as Part of Speech (PoS), Case-relation, number, person, tense, aspect and mood are all conveyed through morphological attachments to the root of nominal or verbal words. This makes morphological analyser and generator of Oriya words a challenging task which is very essential tool in the area of Machine Translation, Parser, Spell Checker, OriNet (WordNet for Oriya), PoS tagging etc. This paper elucidates the simple and efficient computational model for Oriya morphology based on finite state transducers.
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  • 2Department of Computer Science and Engineering, I.T.E.R. Bhubaneswar, Orissa, India
  • IRC-ILTS-Oriya, Department of Computer Sc. and Application Utkal University, India
  • IRC-ILTS-Oriya, Department of Computer Sc. and Application Utkal University, India
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