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Implementation of Enhanced Parts-of-Speech Based Rules for English to Telugu Machine Translation
A. P. Siva Kumar, A.Govardhan, P. Premchand
Pages - 1 - 9     |    Revised - 01-05-2011     |    Published - 31-05-2011
Volume - 2   Issue - 1    |    Publication Date - July / August 2011  Table of Contents
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POS-Based Reordering, English to Telugu CLIR, BLEU
ABSTRACT
Words of a sentence will not follow same ordering in different languages. This paper proposes certain Parts-of-Speech (POS) based rules for reordering the given English sentence to get translation in Telugu. The added rules for adverbs, exceptional conjunctions in addition to improved handling of inflections enable the system to achieve more accurate translation. The proposed rules along with existing system gave a score of 0.6190 with BLEU evaluation metric while translating sentences from English to Telugu. This paper deals with simple form of sentences in a better way.
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Mr. A. P. Siva Kumar
JNT University Anantapur - India
sivakumar.ap@gmail.com
Dr. A.Govardhan
JNT University Hyderabad - India
Dr. P. Premchand
Osmania University - India