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The corpus was created in 2015 at Shrimad Rajchandra Institute of Management and Computer Application by its research group. The major purpose for creation of this corpus was lexical and morphological level data analysis of Gujarati text.
The corpus covers news articles from reputed newspapers published in Gujarati. Currently it contains 156, 210, 101 and 50 news articles in the domain of business, crime, politics and sports.

This resource is contributed by Dr. Jikitsha Sheth & Dr.Bankim Patel, SRIMCA Research

Disclaimer: The responsibility of performance of this resource/tool lies with the contributor.

Last updated on July 16, 2018

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  • Contributed by : Dr. Jikitsha Sheth & Dr.Bankim Patel, SRIMCA Resea
  • Product Type : Text Corpora
  • License Type : Research
  • System Requirement : Not Applicable

The PLS (Pronunciation Lexicon) specification is about how to pronounce words and phrases and how to deal with the variability of pronunciations by country, region, person, etc. The Pronunciation Lexicon Specification (PLS) is a W3C Recommendation, which is designed to enable interoperable specification of pronunciation information for both speech recognition and speech synthesis engines within voice browsing applications.

This data is created with the help of detailed experimental study of phonetic and acoustic analysis pertaining to specificities of Assamese Language. This experimental study leads to standardization of Phonemic inventory and modeling for acoustic and phonetic features for each of Indic Languages; a crucial and essential requirement for IPA and W3C PLS, SSML and SGRS standards.

This data contains Acoustics Data, EGG, EPG, Nasometer data and PLS.xml of Marathi Language. PLS.xml contain 51,065 lexemes.

Last updated on October 3, 2018

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  • Contributed by : C-DAC Kolkata
  • Product Type : Speech Corpora
  • License Type : Research
  • System Requirement : Not Applicable

The PLS (Pronunciation Lexicon) specification is about how to pronounce words and phrases and how to deal with the variability of pronunciations by country, region, person, etc. The Pronunciation Lexicon Specification (PLS) is a W3C Recommendation, which is designed to enable interoperable specification of pronunciation information for both speech recognition and speech synthesis engines within voice browsing applications.

This data is created with the help of detailed experimental study of phonetic and acoustic analysis pertaining to specificities of Assamese Language. This experimental study leads to standardization of Phonemic inventory and modeling for acoustic and phonetic features for each of Indic Languages; a crucial and essential requirement for IPA and W3C PLS, SSML and SGRS standards.

This data contains Acoustics Data, EGG, EPG, Nasometer data and PLS.xml of Punjabi Language. Punjabi PLS.xml contain 33,874 lexemes.

Added on June 7, 2018

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  • Contributed by : C-DAC Kolkata
  • Product Type : Speech Corpora
  • License Type : Research
  • System Requirement : Not Applicable

The PLS (Pronunciation Lexicon) specification is about how to pronounce words and phrases and how to deal with the variability of pronunciations by country, region, person, etc. The Pronunciation Lexicon Specification (PLS) is a W3C Recommendation, which is designed to enable interoperable specification of pronunciation information for both speech recognition and speech synthesis engines within voice browsing applications.

This data is created with the help of detailed experimental study of phonetic and acoustic analysis pertaining to specificities of Assamese Language. This experimental study leads to standardization of Phonemic inventory and modeling for acoustic and phonetic features for each of Indic Languages; a crucial and essential requirement for IPA and W3C PLS, SSML and SGRS standards.

This data contains Acoustics Data, EGG, EPG, Nasometer data and PLS.xml of Manipuri Language. Manipuri PLS.xml contain 2,83,998 lexemes.

Last updated on October 3, 2018

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  • Contributed by : C-DAC Kolkata
  • Product Type : Speech Corpora
  • License Type : Research
  • System Requirement : Not Applicable

The PLS (Pronunciation Lexicon) specification is about how to pronounce words and phrases and how to deal with the variability of pronunciations by country, region, person, etc. The Pronunciation Lexicon Specification (PLS) is a W3C Recommendation, which is designed to enable interoperable specification of pronunciation information for both speech recognition and speech synthesis engines within voice browsing applications.

This data is created with the help of detailed experimental study of phonetic and acoustic analysis pertaining to specificities of Assamese Language. This experimental study leads to standardization of Phonemic inventory and modeling for acoustic and phonetic features for each of Indic Languages; a crucial and essential requirement for IPA and W3C PLS, SSML and SGRS standards.

This data contains Acoustics Data, EGG, EPG, Nasometer data and PLS.xml of Assamese Language. Assamese PLS.xml contain 53,304 lexemes.

Added on June 7, 2018

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  • Contributed by : C-DAC Kolkata
  • Product Type : Speech Corpora
  • License Type : Research
  • System Requirement : Not Applicable