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Google Summer of Code/Report 2014

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[edit] Projects

[edit] Malayalam English Language pair

Student: Aboobacker MK

Mentor(s): K. V. S. Prasad

[edit] Adopting an unreleased English-Kazakh language pair

Student: Aida Sundetova

Mentor: Inari Listenmaa

[edit] Improving support for non-standard text input

Student: Akshay Minocha (ksnmi)

Mentor: Kevin Scannell

[edit] Complex multiwords

Student: AlexFlower

Mentor: Jim Regan

[edit] Optimise the VM for transfer

Student: Andrei Sfrenț

Mentor: Sergio Ortiz Rojas

[edit] Adopting an unreleased language pair -- Serbo-Croatian<->English

Student: Barbara Dujmic

Mentor: krvoje

[edit] Adopting an unreleased language pair of Kazakh <-> Karakalpak languages.

Student: Beknazar

Mentor: Atabek Murtazaev

[edit] Make the English-Esperanto pair state-of-the-art

Student: Darshak Parikh

Mentor: Jacob Nordfalk

[edit] Assimilation evaluation toolkit for Apertium language pairs

Student: Ekaterina Ageeva

Mentor: Juan Antonio Pérez

[edit] Apertium-tat-rus – machine translation system from Tatar to Russian

Student: Ilnar Salimzyanov

Mentor: Kevin Brubeck Unhammer

[edit] Bringing tur-kir, kaz-kir, and tur-uzb pairs out of nursery

Student: Jonathan

Mentor: Trond Trosterud

[edit] Fuzzy-match repair from Translation Memory

Student: Pankaj Kumar Sharma

Mentor: Mikel L. Forcada

[edit] Bring a Hindi-English language pair up to state-of-the-art quality

Student: Raveesh Motlani

Mentor: Nikant

[edit] Apertium on Pidgin & XChat

Student: Sergio

Mentor: acorbi

[edit] Adopt the Urdu-Hindi Language Pair

Student: Sudarsh Rathi

Mentor: Muhammad Humayoun (Ph.D.)

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