Paninian Grammar Framework Applied to English

@inproceedings{BharatiPaninianGF,
  title={Paninian Grammar Framework Applied to English},
  author={Akshar Bharati and Medhavi Bhatia and Vineet Chaitanya and Rajeev Sangal}
}
Published in South Asian Language Review, Creative Books, New Delhi, 1998.] Computational Paninian Grammar framework (PG) has been successfully applied to modern Indian languages earlier, using which anusaaraka machine translation system has been built (Narayana, 1994). In this paper, we show that PG can also be applied to English resulting in an elegant computational grammar. First, we generalize the notion of vibhakti to include position of the word in a sentence along with its case and… CONTINUE READING
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