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Question by Thara
Submitted on 8/12/2003
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To someone who has experience in Machine Translation (AI)
Dear Sir/ Madam:
   I am student of Colombo university of Sri Lanka. I am doing an undergraduate project for the final year.

   I am doing it in Artificial Intelligence.

    The project is about a Machine Translation.


   As the name implies it is a Machine Translation for Weather forecasting domain. (Here Sinhala is the language of the Sri Lanka)

   Since this is an domain-specific knowledge I thought that an expert system (Flex) can do the job.

   In the flex I though of defining the English parser and Sinhala parser and do the translation by mapping lexicon in English to Sinhala.

My Problems

   Is this method feasible (I have only 2 month in hand, for an undergraduate level project is this achievable)?

   Are there any Structure for English language to develop the English parser, Which can be generally use for weather forecasting domain  
(For an Example S--> NP,VP,
      NP-->Determiner, Noun.
      VP-->Verb. )

Is there a standard procedure to built the English parser with out defining the rules arbitrary?

   How to do the Tokenization process? (i.e. Break the sentences in to words and store in list.)
Thank you!
Yours truly,
Tharaka.(My e-mail address is ctharakav@hotmail.com)

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