Computational linguistic prosody rule-based unified technique for automatic metadata generation for Hindi poetry

@article{Audichya2019ComputationalLP,
  title={Computational linguistic prosody rule-based unified technique for automatic metadata generation for Hindi poetry},
  author={Milind Kumar Audichya and Jatinderkumar R. Saini},
  journal={2019 1st International Conference on Advances in Information Technology (ICAIT)},
  year={2019},
  pages={436-442}
}
Metadata generation for the poems based on the unified rules is very complex from the viewpoint of computational linguistics. This is more tedious when it comes to Hindi poems. Prosody or ‘Chhand’ as it is called in the Hindi language consists of several sets of rules and which are used while construction of a Hindi poem. Currently, no such metadata generator or technique is in existence which can generate the metadata of Hindi poetry based on the prosody or any other Hindi grammatical rule. In… 

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