Querying the Greek Web in Greeklish

@inproceedings{Tzekou2007QueryingTG,
  title={Querying the Greek Web in Greeklish},
  author={Paraskevi Tzekou},
  year={2007}
}
In this paper, we experimentally study the problem of querying the web in a hybrid language, namely Greeklish. Greeklish is the transliteration of Greek in Latin characters of the ASCII code. Although Greeklish emerged as a convenient mean for the creation and distribution of digital data at a time when Unicode Transformation Format was not supported for the Greek alphabet, nevertheless it is still being utilized as a matter of habit or need. Today, a considerable amount of the Greek web data… CONTINUE READING

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