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Browsing Centre for Research on Bangla Language Processing (CRBLP) by Subject "Language processing"

Browsing Centre for Research on Bangla Language Processing (CRBLP) by Subject "Language processing"

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  • Hasan, Muhammad Fahim; Naushad UzZaman; Khan, Mumit (BRAC University, 2007)
    Part-of-Speech (POS) Tagging is a process that attaches each word in a sentence with a suitable tag from a given set of tags. POS Tagging is important in various areas of Natural Language Processing. Different methods of ...
  • Mahmud, Altaf; Ahmed, Kazi Zubair; Khan, Mumit (BRAC University, 2008-12)
    While the internet has become the leading source of information, it is also become the medium for flames, insults and other forms of abusive language, which add nothing to the quality of information available. A human ...
  • Khan, Naira; Khan, Mumit (BRAC University, 2006)
    This paper describes the first phase of developing a computational grammar for Bengali using the Head- Driven Phrase Structure Grammar (HPSG) formalism. The HPSG formalism is a highly developed framework that combines ...
  • Salm, Khan Md. Anwarus Salam; Khan, Mumit; Nishino, Tetsuro (BRAC University, 2009)
    In this paper we propose an architecture of English-Bengali Example Based Machine Translation (EBMT) using WordNet. The proposed EBMT system has five steps: 1) Tagging 2) Parsing 3) Prepare the chunks of the sentence using ...
  • Islam, Md. Zahurul; Khan, Mumit (BRAC University, 2006)
    Morphological analysis is of fundamental interest in computational linguistics and language processing. While there are established morphological analyzers for mostly Western and a few other languages using localized ...
  • Alam, Md. Jahangir; UzZaman, Naushad; Khan, Mumit (Center for research on Bangla language processing (CRBLP), BRAC University, 2006)
    This paper describes a statistical grammar checker, which considers the n-gram based analysis of words and POS tags to decide whether the sentence is grammatically correct or not. We employed this technique for both Bangla ...

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