Sandipan Dandapat
Sandipan Dandapat
Microsoft, India
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Automatic part-of-speech tagging for Bengali: An approach for morphologically rich languages in a poor resource scenario
S Dandapat, S Sarkar, A Basu
Proceedings of the 45th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational …, 2007
722007
Language modeling for code-mixing: The role of linguistic theory based synthetic data
A Pratapa, G Bhat, M Choudhury, S Sitaram, S Dandapat, K Bali
Proceedings of the 56th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational …, 2018
712018
A hybrid approach for named entity recognition in indian languages
SK Saha, S Chatterji, S Dandapat, S Sarkar, P Mitra
Proceedings of the IJCNLP-08 Workshop on NER for South and South East Asian …, 2008
692008
A Hybrid Model for Part-of-Speech Tagging and its Application to Bengali.
S Dandapat, S Sarkar, A Basu
International conference on computational intelligence, 169-172, 2004
602004
Prototype machine translation system from Text-To-Indian Sign Language
T Dasgupta, S Dandapat, A Basu
Proceedings of the 2008 International Conference on Intelligent User …, 2008
472008
Part of specch tagging and chunking with maximum entropy model
S Dandapat
Proceedings of the IJCAI Workshop on Shallow Parsing for South Asian …, 2007
442007
Complex linguistic annotation–no easy way out! A case from Bangla and Hindi POS labeling tasks
S Dandapat, P Biswas, M Choudhury, K Bali
Proceedings of the Third Linguistic Annotation Workshop (LAW III), 10-18, 2009
402009
Part of speech tagging for bengali with hidden markov model
S Dandapat, S Sarkar
proceeding of the NLPAI Machine Learning Competition, 2006
38*2006
Building a Sign Language corpus for use in Machine Translation
S Morrissey, H Somers, R Smith, S Gilchrist, S Dandapat
34*2010
GLUECoS: An evaluation benchmark for code-switched NLP
S Khanuja, S Dandapat, A Srinivasan, S Sitaram, M Choudhury
arXiv preprint arXiv:2004.12376, 2020
322020
OpenMaTrEx: A Free/Open-Source Marker-Driven Example-Based Machine Translation System
S Dandapat, ML Forcada, D Groves, S Penkale, J Tinsley, A Way
International Conference on Natural Language Processing, 121-126, 2010
282010
English-Hindi transliteration using context-informed PB-SMT: the DCU system for NEWS 2009
R Haque, S Dandapat, A Srivastava, SK Naskar, A Way
Proceedings of the 2009 Named Entities Workshop: Shared Task on …, 2009
272009
Using example-based MT to support statistical MT when translating homogeneous data in a resource-poor setting
S Dandapat, S Morrissey, A Way, ML Forcada
Proceedings of the 15th Annual conference of the European Association for …, 2011
222011
Identifying transferable information across domains for cross-domain sentiment classification
R Sharma, P Bhattacharyya, S Dandapat, HS Bhatt
Proceedings of the 56th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational …, 2018
202018
Qa rt: A system for real-time holistic quality assurance for contact center dialogues
S Roy, R Mariappan, S Dandapat, S Srivastava, S Galhotra, ...
Thirtieth AAAI conference on artificial intelligence, 2016
182016
MaTrEx: the DCU MT system for WMT 2010
S Penkale, R Haque, S Dandapat, P Banerjee, A Srivastava, J Du, ...
Proceedings of the joint fifth workshop on statistical machine translation …, 2010
182010
Bengali and Hindi to English Cross-language Text Retrieval under Limited Resources.
D Mandal, S Dandapat, M Gupta, P Banerjee, S Sarkar
CLEF (Working Notes), 2007
182007
A review of EBMT using proportional analogies
H Somers, S Dandapat, SK Naskar
172009
Bengali and Hindi to English CLIR evaluation
D Mandal, M Gupta, S Dandapat, P Banerjee, S Sarkar
Workshop of the Cross-Language Evaluation Forum for European Languages, 95-102, 2007
172007
Statistical investigation of Bengali noun-verb (NV) collocations as multi-word-expressions
S Dandapat, P Mitra, S Sarkar
Proceedings of Modeling and Shallow Parsing of Indian Languages (MSPIL), 230-233, 2006
162006
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