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<pre>[17:52:48] <selimcan> begiak, tell eden With spectie and firespeaker we'd discussed which finite-state framework will work better for Swahili and decided that it will need to be based on HFST. See wiki.apertium.org for more info on it.
 
<pre>[17:52:48] <selimcan> begiak, tell eden With spectie and firespeaker we'd discussed which finite-state framework will work better for Swahili and decided that it will need to be based on HFST. See wiki.apertium.org for more info on it.
[17:52:48] <begiak> selimcan: I'll pass that on when eden is around.</pre>
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[17:52:48] <begiak> selimcan: I'll pass that on when eden is around.</pre> [[User:Ilnar.salimzyan|selimcan]] ([[User talk:Ilnar.salimzyan|talk]]) 05:18, 11 March 2019 (CET)

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Why Swahili instead of Lingala? - Francis Tyers (talk) 23:55, 9 March 2019 (CET)

'English=Lingala' pair wasn't part of the idea list for GSOC19. I'm planning to work on 'English-Swahili' pair first as part of GSOC and then the 'English-Lingala' pair.

It doesn't have to be on the list, you can propose your own. Also, I think there is a fairly well developed Lingala transducer. But none for Swahili. - Francis Tyers (talk) 13:34, 10 March 2019 (CET)
You're right. I noticed a couple of things: running the code, the morphological analyzer works perfectly(lin.automorf.bin). But I do not see a mono-dictionary file where I would be implementing and adding vocabulary and paradigms(like apertium-lin.lin.dix). Everything seems to be encoded in 'apertium-lin.lin.lexc' and I can't find any documentation on how to use it. And lasty, what's a transducer? Is it the mono-dictionary?
A copy-paste from the IRC logs:
[17:52:48] <selimcan> begiak, tell eden With spectie and firespeaker we'd discussed which finite-state framework will work better for Swahili and decided that it will need to be based on HFST. See wiki.apertium.org for more info on it.
[17:52:48] <begiak> selimcan: I'll pass that on when eden is around.
selimcan (talk) 05:18, 11 March 2019 (CET)
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