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SWAN: Semantic Web Annotator

SWAN: Semantic Web Annotator

KIM is now continuing under the banner of SWAN.

SWAN is an experiment in scaling up automated metadata extraction for industrial strength Semantic Web applications development. The SWAN project leverages language technology to advance a number of existing DERI cluster elements covering both basic research and applications demonstrators. Gartner recently reported that for at least the next decade more than 95% of human-to-computer information input will involve textual language. They also report that by 2012 taxonomic and hierachical knowledge mapping and indexing will be prevalent in almost all information-rich applications. The web revolution has been based largely on human language materials, and in making the shift to the next generation knowledge-based web, human language will remain key.

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Dobhase: English-Nepali Translator Online English to Nepali Machine Translation System — Asia-Pacific Development Information Programme

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Nepali Grammar

Nepali Grammar Project: home
The Nepali Grammar Project is a collection of empirical, corpus-based investigations into the grammar of the Nepali language, currently ongoing at the Department of Linguistics and English Language at Lancaster University.

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