Normalization of Transliterated Words in Code-Mixed Data Using Seq2Seq Model \& Levenshtein Distance

WS 2018  ·  M, Soumil al, Karthick Nanmaran ·

Building tools for code-mixed data is rapidly gaining popularity in the NLP research community as such data is exponentially rising on social media. Working with code-mixed data contains several challenges, especially due to grammatical inconsistencies and spelling variations in addition to all the previous known challenges for social media scenarios... In this article, we present a novel architecture focusing on normalizing phonetic typing variations, which is commonly seen in code-mixed data. One of the main features of our architecture is that in addition to normalizing, it can also be utilized for back-transliteration and word identification in some cases. Our model achieved an accuracy of 90.27{\%} on the test data. read more

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