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Dance choreography is an intense, creative and intuitive process. A choreographer has to finalize appropriate dance steps from amongst millions of possibilities. Though it is not impossible, the choreographer being human cannot explore, analyze and remember all these variations among steps due to large scale of available options. Hence, we propose to(More)
A Morphological Analyzer is a crucial tool for any language. In popular tools used to build morphological analyzers like XFST, HFST and Apertium's lttoolbox, the finite state approach is used to sequence input characters. We have used the finite state approach to sequence morphemes instead of characters. In this paper we present the architecture and(More)
BharataNatyam (BN) is an ancient Indian Classical Dance (ICD). Creativity and innovation are the soul of any art including BN dance. Within the framework of rules and traditionally accepted boundaries, choreographers try to innovate and create unseen , aesthetic and novel BN dance sequences. The human efforts can be supported with the computational(More)
The subspace clustering algorithm CLIQUE finds all subspace clusters including overlapping clusters existing in high dimensional datasets. CLIQUE consists of three main steps namely - (1) identification of subspaces that contain clusters, (2) identification of clusters and (3) generation of the minimal description for the clusters obtained in step two. In(More)
Cross Lingual Word Semantic (CLWS) similarity is defined as a task to find the semantic similarity between two words across languages. Semantic similarity has been very popular in computing the similarity between two words in same language. CLWS similarity will prove to be very effective in the area of Cross Lingual Information Retrieval, Machine(More)
In this paper, we discuss a rule based method which automatically assigns paradigms to Konkani nouns using morphophonemic rules, stem formation rules and relevance score of the paradigms. The first contribution is computation of relevance score of a paradigm, which is computed using a corpus and paradigm differentiating measure assigned to inflectional(More)
Automatic selection of morphological paradigm for a noun lemma is necessary to automate the task of building morphological analyzer for nouns with minimal human interventions. Morphological paradigms can be of two types namely surface level morphological paradigms and lexical level morphological paradigms. In this paper we present a method to automatically(More)