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[ESW Wiki] Update of "its0908LinguisticMarkup" by GoutamSaha

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Date: Wed, 14 Dec 2005 15:38:03 -0000
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  <!-- In Bangla sentence "Aami Ghare Achhi," morphological markup for "Ghare" as an example -->
  
- <pos_cat name="adverb" type="place" meaning="stem_Ghar_suffix_e_english_at home">Ghare</pos_cat>
+ <pos_cat name="adverb" type="place" meaning="stem_Ghar_suffix_e_english_at+home">Ghare</pos_cat>
  
  <!-- Markup for the word in Bangla "Asantushto" (unhappy) -->
  
- <pos_cat name="adjective" meaning="stem_Santushto_prefix_A_english_un unhappy">Asantushto
+ <pos_cat name="adjective" meaning="stem_Santushto_prefix_A_english_un+happy">Asantushto
  
  </pos_cat>
  
  
  }}}
  
- In many languages like Hindi, Bangla etc, there are many '''Euphonic rules''' that unify words to form a new unified words. Spelling of the unified word is also get altered. Meaning of the unified word consists of the meanings of its ingredient words. For example, in Bangla,Hindi etc, the unified word "Bidyalay" (school) = Bidya (education) + Alay (house), Rabeendra = Rabi + Indra,  and Debarshi = Deb + Rishi, etc. 
+ In many languages like Hindi, Bangla etc, there are many '''Euphonic rules''' that unify words to form a new unified word. Spelling of the unified word is also get altered to some extent at the joining part. Often meaning of a unified word consists the meanings of its ingredient words to some extent. For example, in Bangla,Hindi etc, the unified word "Bidyalay" (school) = Bidya (education) + Alay (house), Rabeendra = Rabi + Indra,  and Debarshi = Deb + Rishi, etc. 
  Markups for '''Euphonic rules''' are stated below.
  
  {{{
@@ -757, +757 @@

  
  </pos_cat>
  
+ <pos_cat name="noun" meaning="euphonic_Bidya+Alay school">Bidyalay
+ 
+ </pos_cat>
+ 
+ 
  }}} 
+ 
+ We can also provide metadata on a class of an object (e.g. for noun), which helps in meaningful translation and in preparing synset etc. This is to provide semantic (or some preliminary ontology) metadata. For an example, autorickshaw is one kind of vehicle only.
+ 
+ {{{
+ 
+ <pos_cat name="noun" meaning="class_vehicle">Autorickshaw
+ 
+ </pos_cat>
+ 
+ 
+ <pos_cat name="noun" type="proper" meaning="class_femalename">Shanti
+ 
+ </pos_cat>
+ 
+ <!-- Such semantic metadata helps in understanding the semantic of a sentence (e,g., Bangla 
+ 
+ sentence "Ghare Shanti Nei" (in English: (a) Shanti is not at home; Or, 
+ 
+ (b) No peace is in mind)--> 
+ 
+ 
+ <pos_cat name="noun" type="abstract" meaning="class_emotion peace">Shanti
+ 
+ </pos_cat>
+ 
+ <!-- Shanti (peace) or Shanti (girl's first name) -->
+ 
+ }}}
+ 
+    
  
  =='''Understanding Sentence-Level Markups:-'''==
  
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