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N-GRAM APPROACH FOR SYNTATIC (SYNTAX) TRANSFORMATION IN CROSS LANGUAGE MT

Author(s):

Kathiravan. P

Keywords:

NLP, machine translation, transliteration , n-gram, syntax transfer.

Abstract

Tamil and English are two entirely different languages, belonging to two different families. Their vocabularies, pronunciation, grammatical structures, syntax(order of words), inflectional patterns(word endings) are absolutely different. If Tamil to Malayalam, Telugu or Kannada translation process is easy, because these languages belong to one family and have many common characteristics. But Tamil-English :No! In Tamil, usually the verb comes at the end of a sentence. AVAN KOVILUKKU POGERAN [s,o,v] pattern But in English, verb comes next to subject. HE GOES TO TEMPLE [s,v,o] pattern. This is a major difference between these languages. In this paper, I concentrate in above criteria by using N-gram (Number of Grammar) implementation.

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Paper ID: IJSARTV
Published in: Volume : 2, Issue : 7
Publication Date: 7/5/2016

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