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Name: Mona  Parakh
Institution: AU-KBC Research Centre
Email: click here to access email
State and/or Country: India   
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
General Linguistics
Language Documentation
Text/Corpus Linguistics
Subject Language(s): Gujarati
Language Family(ies): Indo-European
Selected Publications: Papers

2011: Mona Parakh, Rajesha N. and Ramya M. Sentence Boundary Identification for Indian Language Texts: A case study of Kannada Texts, in Interdisciplinary Journal of Linguistics, Vol 4. Dhar and Kak (Eds.). Pg. Nos. 235-242

Forthcoming: Mona Parakh, Rajesha N., Manasa G. and Bharatha Raju A., Morphological Analysers for Indian Languages, in Morphological Analysers and Generators, Mona Parakh(Ed.), LDC-IL, CIIL, Mysore.

May 2011 : Mona Parakh, Rajesha N. Developing Morphological Analyzers for Four Indian Languages Using A Rule Based Affix Stripping Approach in Problems of Parsing in Indian Languages. K.Vijayanand and L. Ramamoorthy (Eds.), Special edited volume of Language in India.

May 2011 : Mona Parakh, Rajesha N., Ramya M. Sentence Boundary Disambiguation in Kannada Texts in Problems of Parsing in Indian Languages, K.Vijayanand and L. Ramamoorthy (Eds.), Special edited volume of Language in India.

2010: Mona Parakh, Manasa G. and Bharatha Raju A., Building Morph Analysers for Ten Indian Languages Usimg LT-Toolbox, in L.Ramamoorthy and T. Muthukrishnan (Eds.) Readings In Applied Linguistics. Coimbatore: Bharthiyar University. Pg. no. 119-125.

March 2009: Linguistic Evidence for Gender Bias: A Study of Kinship terms and Address forms in Rajasthani , in Language Vitality in South Asia, Ali Fatihi (Ed.), Department of Linguistics, AMU, Aligarh.

April 2008: Issues in Machine Aided Translation: Using Parallel Corpora as a Resource, Vol 1, Interdisciplinary Journal of Linguistics, Jammu and Kashmir: University of Kashmir.


Forthcoming: A. Bhandari, A. Sarvaiya and M. Parakh (Ed.), Longman Basic English-English-
Gujarati Dictionary. Pearsons - New Delhi.

Forthcoming: Mona Parakh (Ed.), Morphological Analysers and Generators. Proceedings of the Knowledge Sharing Event-1 on Morphological Analysers and Generators (22-23 March 2010). LDC-IL, CIIL, Mysore.

Jan 2007: Tests of Language Proficiency – Gujarati. CIIL, Mysore. (One of the contributors).
Courses Taught: Computational Linguistics
Historical Linguistics
Field Methods

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