[Padma] online web editor for indian languages
Krishna Mohan Gundu
gkmohan at gmail.com
Sun May 20 08:43:50 PDT 2007
Dear Dr. Ramamurthy,
> dear . Mr.krishna mohan,
> I take back some of the comments i made on indiword web page about
> duplicating efforts.
> congratulations on a good and useful soft ware.
I have replied to your comment in the forum.
> is it possible for you to add reverse transliteration for any language
> I am interested in telugu/hindi/maraTi reverse transliteration
> mangal/arial unicode / potana /gautami fonts .
Yes it is possible.
> i am working on modifying an english speech recognition engine to work
> with some indian languages .
> in this connection i need to convert a large amount of test and word lists
> to RIT and inscripts from the original script .
That's great. I presume the 'original script' you are talking about is
Unicode. If so, what is the advantage of accessing the wordlists in
RTS/INSCRIPT over Unicode. I think it makes more sense to convert them
to IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) for your purpose. There is a
text to speech software made available by indlinux project. You should
be able to use their wordlists directly.
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