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Re: Computational linguistic markup

From: Goutam Kumar Saha <goutam.k.saha@cdackolkata.com>
Date: Fri, 7 Apr 2006 11:16:23 +0530
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To: "Jose" <jose_stephen@cdactvm.in>
Cc: <public-i18n-its@w3.org>
Dear Mr Jose
Thanks for your interest on implementing W3C-CLM for four South Indian Languages (Malayalam,Tamil,Telugu & Kannada). 
The CLM draft in W3C gives one the document model that might fit for any world language. As shown in my numerous examples, you are free to add your language specific POS Tags. Inside the attributes namely- "name" (compulsory one and meant for major category), "type" (sub-category one, optional) and "meaning" (for I18N & L10N, optional one) you may give your language specific tag.     The CLM does not restrict anybody to put his/her tags as the values of attributes. You need to follow the given XML Schema.
If you need any further help, please do not hesitate to contact me.
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Jose 
  To: goutam.k.saha@kolkatacdac.in 
  Sent: Friday, January 07, 2000 9:54 AM
  Subject: Computational linguistic markup

  Dear Sir,
  I'm Jose from CDAC-TVM,  working in w3c project.We went through your draft on Computational linguistic markup.It proved to be very useful. We are now planing to adapt it for south indian languages such as Malayalam,Tamil,Telugu & Kannada. If you clarify some of my doubts it will be very help to me.  My doubts are 
  1) Is it possible to add  some more tags to markup language if a specific language demands it?
  2) Are there any specific standards for adding such tags?

  Thanking you
  Jose Stephen
Received on Friday, 7 April 2006 05:46:34 UTC

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