Presentation 1999/5/26
Japanese Braille Segmentation System utilizing Bunsetsu Analysis with Long Unit
Yasuaki HYOUDO, Kanji YOKOHIRA, Takashi IKEDA,
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Abstract(in English) In this paper we propose Japanese braille transcription system utilizing our Japanese analysis system IBUKI. IBUKI is a morphological and syntactic analysis system for Japanese. Its morphological analysis subsystem produces bunsetsu sequence, and dependency analysis subsystem produces dependency relation between bunsetsu pairs. Since bunsetsu segmentation of IBUKI is defined a little on the long side, adjustment to Japanese braille segmentation rule can be carried out by reducing it to shorter segmentation without difficulty. This can be realized by putting corresponding decomposed units on the dictionary. Some complex segmentation rules which can not be handled on the dictionary database are manipulated by program.
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Keyword(in English) braille transcript / bunsetsu analysis / braille segmentation / database
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Conference Date 1999/5/26(1days)
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Title (in English) Japanese Braille Segmentation System utilizing Bunsetsu Analysis with Long Unit
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Keyword(1) braille transcript
Keyword(2) bunsetsu analysis
Keyword(3) braille segmentation
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1st Author's Name Yasuaki HYOUDO
1st Author's Affiliation Gifu University()
2nd Author's Name Kanji YOKOHIRA
2nd Author's Affiliation Gifu University
3rd Author's Name Takashi IKEDA
3rd Author's Affiliation Gifu University
Date 1999/5/26
Paper # NLC99-4
Volume (vol) vol.99
Number (no) 88
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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