Title

Formation of word dictionary of Bangla vowel ended roots for first person for universal networking language

Document Type

Conference publication

Publication details

Ali, NY, Sorwar, G & Shamsujjoha, M 2015, 'Formation of word dictionary of Bangla vowel ended roots for first person for universal networking language', in George Jandieri, AMG Solo & FG Tinetti (eds), Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference on Information & Knowledge Engineering, Las Vegas Nevada, USA, 27-30 July, CSREA Press, USA, pp. 201-206. ISBN: 1601324227

Abstract

Interlingua approach plays a vital role in designing a multilingual machine translation system. The Universal Networking Language (UNL) is an international project with an aim to create an interlingua. The motivation behind UNL is to develop an interlingua representation as to semantically equivalent sentences of all languages can have the same interlingua representation. The word dictionary plays an important role to represent native language words in UNL. This paper develops format for word dictionary of Bangla Vowel Ended roots to be incorporated into UNL. The proposed entries are to be used to combine with their inflexions to produce verbs, and hence these verbs can be used for conversion of native language sentences into the UNL expressions. This paper provides the format of vowel ended roots along with their alternatives based on the framework of UNL provided by the UNL center of the Universal Networking Digital Language (UNDL) Foundation

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