Machine Translation And Phonetic Interpretation Analysis

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Machine Translation is the process to translate text from a source language to a target language by using methods which based linguistic rules or statistical approaches whose constraints are derived on the bases of statistical models to produce accurate translation, many researchers around the globe have been working on different projects for almost 60 years.
The ability to transliterate proper names and technical terms has influence on Statistical Machine translation (SMT) as well as Cross Language Information Retrieval (CLIR) [AbdulJaleel and Larkey, 2003], SMT systems uses large parallel corpora which may consist several million words although SMT relay on counting exact matches of sequence of words which be different in term of length
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This procedure is likewise called phonetic interpretation. A transliteration framework performs the change utilizing a transliteration model, made particularly for the source and target languages. Since the presence of such a model is essential to transliteration approaches that a system provides turn out to be specific to the language pairs on which it is trained, there are different approaches in machine transliteration which we will discuss in the chapter two literature part of machine transliteration…show more content…
When it comes to language transliteration, languages may be inconsistency, in fact an approach which applies successful English to Arabic transliteration may not work well to apply Somali to English, to overcome these difficulties we propose a technique which applicable transliteration Somali to English. The outcome of this study will help machine translations that support Somali language, it’s also supportive to CLIR applications such as name searching applications which is used for searching companies,

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