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Sanskrit Sandhi Splitting using $\pmb{seq2(seq)^2}$

@article{Aralikatte2018SanskritSS,
  title={Sanskrit Sandhi Splitting using \$\pmb\{seq2(seq)^2\}\$},
  author={Rahul Aralikatte and Neelamadhav Gantayat and Naveen Panwar and Anush Sankaran and Senthil Mani},
  journal={arXiv: Computation and Language},
  year={2018}
}
In Sanskrit, small words (morphemes) are combined through a morphophonological process called Sandhi to form compound words. Sandhi splitting is the process of splitting a given compound word into its constituent morphemes. Although rules governing the splitting of words exist, it is highly challenging to identify the location of the splits in a compound word, as the same compound word might be broken down in multiple ways to provide syntactically correct splits. % it is highly challenging to… 

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