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How inclusive are NLP technologies for African minority langages ? A case study of Ewondo-French pair development in Apertium

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Title:How inclusive are NLP technologies for African minority langages ? A case study of Ewondo-French pair development in Apertium
Authors:Assembe, Emilie Eliette Caroline Ngo Tjomb
Um, Emmanuel Ngue
Date Issued:07 Mar 2021
Description:NLP need data which do not exist for minority languages. A Rule-Based Machine Translation system may help to develop parallel corpora in a first step. The Ewondo-French translation pair in Apertium required a conversion tool between two competing orthographies. The study highlights the need of dialogue between NLP consorsia and minority languages community.
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/74490
Appears in Collections: 7th International Conference on Language Documentation and Conservation (ICLDC)


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