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Name: Anil  Thakur (IPA: anil Tha:kur)
Institution: Banaras Hindu University
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State and/or Country: UP
India   
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
General Linguistics
Linguistic Theories
Syntax
Specialty: Syntax, Computational Linguistics
Subject Language(s): Hindi
Language Family(ies): Indo-European
Selected Publications: Selected
1. “On Translation of Interrogative Sentences from Hindi to English” (jointly with R.M.K. Sinha). Proceedings of International Conference on Machine Learning, Models, Technologies and Applications 2006. USA, pp: 148-154.
2. “Machine Translation of Bilingual Hindi-English (Hinglish) Text” (jointly with R.M.K. Sinha). Proceedings of MT Summit X 2005, Thailand, pp: 149-156.
3. “Dealing with Replicative Words in Hindi for Machine Translation to English” (jointly with R.M.K. Sinha). Proceedings of MT Summit X 2005, Thailand, pp:157-164.
4. “Divergence Patterns in Machine Translation between Hindi and English” (jointly with R.M.K. Sinha). Proceedings of MT Summit X 2005, Thailand, pp: 346-357.
5. “Handling ki in Hindi for Hindi-English MT” (jointly with R.M.K. Sinha). Proceedings of MT Summit X 2005, Thailand, pp: 356-363.
6. “Translation Divergence in English-Hindi MT” (jointly with R.M.K. Sinha). Proceedings of EAMT 2005 2005, Budapest, Hungary, pp: 245-254.
7. “Indeclinables and Natural Language Processing” (jointly with B.N. Patnaik). Proceedings of International Symposium on Machine Translation, NLP and Translation Support Systems (iSTRANS-2004), New Delhi, pp: 107-110.
8. “Multi-word Expressions in English and Hindi: Problems in Contextualization” (jointly with R.M.K. Sinha). Proceedings of International Symposium on Machine Translation, NLP and Translation Support Systems (iSTRANS-2004), New Delhi, pp: 111-116.
9. “Disambiguation and Mapping Strategy for Selected Polysemous Postpositions in Hindi for Hindi-English MT” (jointly with R.M.K. Sinha), Bhashacintan, Research Journal of the Department of Linguistics, BHU, 2006, pp: 58-70.
10. “Some Aspects of Lexical-Couplets in Oriya and Hindi” (jointly with BN Patnaik), Bhashacintan: Research Journal of the Department of Linguistics, BHU, 2006, pp: 44-50.
11. “Hindi as a link language: A case of the Andamani Hindi” (jointly with J.C. Sharma), Indian Linguistics 65, 2005, pp: 161-174.
12. “Disambiguation of kyaa in Hindi for Hindi-English MT” (jointly with R.M.K. Sinha), Indian Linguistics. 2008
13. “Handling Polysemous Particles in Multilingual Environment” (jointly with Sanjukta Ghosh). Vishwabharat (2008).
Courses Taught: General Linguistics (UG)
Grammar (UG)
Computational Linguistics (UG
Structure of Hindi (UG)
Advanced Syntax (PG)
Natural Language Processing (PG)



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