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FeRoSA: A Faceted Recommendation System for Scientific Articles
The overwhelming number of scientific articles over the years calls for smart automatic tools to facilitate the process of literature review. Here, we propose for the first time a framework ofExpand
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Building a Word Segmenter for Sanskrit Overnight
There is an abundance of digitised texts available in Sanskrit. However, the word segmentation task in such texts are challenging due to the issue of 'Sandhi'. In Sandhi, words in a sentence oftenExpand
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A Dataset for Sanskrit Word Segmentation
The last decade saw a surge in digitisation efforts for ancient manuscripts in Sanskrit. Due to various linguistic peculiarities inherent to the language, even the preliminary tasks such as wordExpand
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Word Segmentation in Sanskrit Using Path Constrained Random Walks
In Sanskrit, the phonemes at the word boundaries undergo changes to form new phonemes through a process called as sandhi. A fused sentence can be segmented into multiple possible segmentations. WeExpand
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Compound Type Identification in Sanskrit: What Roles do the Corpus and Grammar Play?
We propose a classification framework for semantic type identification of compounds in Sanskrit. We broadly classify the compounds into four different classes namely, Avyayı̄bhāva, Tatpurus.a,Expand
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Free as in Free Word Order: An Energy Based Model for Word Segmentation and Morphological Tagging in Sanskrit
The configurational information in sentences of a free word order language such as Sanskrit is of limited use. Thus, the context of the entire sentence will be desirable even for basic processingExpand
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Automatic Generation and Insertion of Assessment Items in Online Video Courses
In this paper, we propose a prototype system for automatic generation and insertion of assessment items in online video courses. The proposed system analyzes text transcript of a requested videoExpand
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Poetry to Prose Conversion in Sanskrit as a Linearisation Task: A Case for Low-Resource Languages
The word ordering in a Sanskrit verse is often not aligned with its corresponding prose order. Conversion of the verse to its corresponding prose helps in better comprehension of the construction.Expand
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SleepSensei: An Automated Sleep Quality Monitor and Sleep Duration Estimator
SleepSensei is an automated sleep quality monitor and estimates the sleep duration for a user. It essentially builds a personalized model for determining the apt sleep duration for a given user. InExpand
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Towards automating the generation of derivative nouns in Sanskrit by simulating Panini
About 1115 rules in Astadhyayi from A.4.1.76 to A.5.4.160 deal with generation of derivative nouns, making it one of the largest topical sections in Astadhyayi, called as the Taddhita section owingExpand
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