A Novel Approach for English to Dravidian Language Rule Based Machine Translation
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In this paper, propose a method for translating text from English to Tamil which is one of the Dravidian languages. Rule based machine translation technique is used here, which involves the formation of rules which helps in re-ordering of the syntactic structures of the source language sentence along with its dependency information which bring that close to the structure of the target sentence. The parser identifies the syntactical elements in English sentences and suggests its Dravidian language translation taking into account various grammatical forms of those Dravidian languages. The usage of the parser in developing the syntactic structure plays a major role in the translation process. There are mainly two types of rules used here, one is transfer link rule and the other is morphological rules. In this method, the transfer link rules are used for generating target structure. Morphological rules are used for assigning morphological features. Context Free Grammars (CFG) is used in generation of the language structures. By using this approach, given English text can be translated to its Tamil equivalent.
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