Cross-language Information Retrieval, Document Alignment and Visualization : A Study with Japanese and Chinese

@inproceedings{Hasan2001CrosslanguageIR,
  title={Cross-language Information Retrieval, Document Alignment and Visualization : A Study with Japanese and Chinese},
  author={Md. Mededee Hasan},
  year={2001}
}
With the advent of the Internet and digital libraries, as well as the proliferation of multilingual information, sophisticated methods of representation and indexing, and the retrieval of such information is essential. In recent years, the amount of electronically available information has escalated. The non-English information (information in Asian and European languages) is growing rapidly. Although several reports are available on cross-language information retrieval (CLIR) with European… CONTINUE READING

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