Translation of code mixed language to monolingual languages using rule-based approach
by Shree Harsh Attri; T.V. Prasad; Gavirneni RamaKrishna
International Journal of Cloud Computing (IJCC), Vol. 10, No. 4, 2021

Abstract: The demand of bilingual code switching has significantly increased due to cross-lingual communication and information exchange at a global scale and specifically in India. The core component of MT system is identification and translation of morphological inflections and PoS word ordering with respect to language structure. Indian languages are morphologically richer than English language and have multiple inflections during translation into English language. This paper focuses on the analysis and translation of code mixed language, i.e., Hinglish into pure Hindi and pure English languages. The experiments based on the algorithms in the paper are able to translate code mixed sentences to pure Hindi with a maximum success rate of 91% and to pure English with a maximum success rate of 84%.

Online publication date: Mon, 29-Nov-2021

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