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The standardization was mainly based on user and typing instruments to keep pace with the age of Information Technology, it was decided to modify and enhance the standardization of Hindi language and to generate Unicode in computer for Devanagari script. In a modified and revised edition was published namely Devanagari lipi tatha Hindi vartani ka manakikaran which contains the standard forms of Hindi alphabets, Section 1 Page 8 of 26 36Hindi lexicography in the Internet era spelling, punctuation marks, alphabetic order for dictionaries, enhanced Devanagari Lipi, and divisions and sub-divisions of paragraphs.
Keeping this view, it needs to point out that Hindi e-lexicography is just in the initial stage of development and struggling to establish its credential in this discipline. There can be several reasons for this slow development, but we are mentioning a few of them here.
The computer processing in Indian languages is delayed because the development of computers and computational skill relatively arrived late in comparison to developed countries. It is also a historical fact that the development of the computer happened in English-speaking countries,as was the development of its environment Tripathi and Singh Another significant reason pertains to technological development.
However, TTF did not provide a satisfactory solution for the use of Hindi in terms of computational processes and on the Internet.
Use of multiple fonts in a single document was the biggest problem, and a document composed with TTF is not readable byother computers that havedifferent fonts installed.
It was only in that the Department of Information Technology became a full member of the Unicode Consortium with voting rightsas supported by government of India. With the acceptance of Unicode system, the computational scenario changed, making possible computational processing in general and the development of information retrieval techniques inparticular. Thus the development of language technology in Indian languages and the Section 1 Page 9 of 26 36Hindi lexicography in the Internet era emergence of Hindi e-lexicography made its beginning with the establishment of the Technology Development for Indian Languages TDIL under the Department of Electronics in The Unicode system proves efficient in the development of lexicographical tasks such as database creation, storage, sorting, up-gradation, and other facilities.
The forthcoming section of this chapteris not intended to provide anexhaustivelist of the Hindi online dictionaries, but to give the glimpse of the dictionaries which has marked its presence on Internet to the users.
Can you please clarify? Before discussing the available online dictionaries of Hindi, it would be useful to go through the typologies of dictionaries on this new media.
Several scholars have made typologies of dictionaries to understand the nature and scope of electronic lexicography in general. Cerquiglini, as cited in De Schryver — , distinguishes three phases of use of computers in lexicography: 1. Computer-assisted paper lexicography, 2. Transfer of existing paper dictionaries to an electronic medium digitization , and 3.
Electronic dictionaries in their own right, conceived afresh for the electronic environment. The categories suggested by Tarp are important in terms of the available Hindi electronic dictionaries on the Internet. Tarp has suggested the following four categories, copycats, faster horses, Model T Fords, and Rolls Royces. Keeping in view thesecategories, we can take an account of the development and the present status of Hindi e-lexicography.
The earlier works of Hindi lexicography fall under the first category: copycats. Copycats are those dictionaries which have either been photocopied or directly copied from a text file and then placed on an electronic platform, frequently as PDF files. This is a very common practice of providing access to Internet dictionaries, particularly whenthe electronic media was in its infancy. In Hindi several dictionaries fall under this category.
The Commission for Scientific and Technical Terminologyhas prepared many dictionaries, and the definitional dictionaries are available on Internet in PDF format. The Central Hindi Directorate has compiled some trilingual dictionaries, including Indian and foreign languages available as 2 AU: Please provide missing author and Web article title.
The endnote offers this PDFs on the Internet. Anukriti was a project of the Central Institute of Indian Languages in information. It prepared trilingual dictionaries of tribal language with gloss in English and Hindi. Yes: Anukriti is a project of … New Delhi. It prepares The development of lexicography started making use of new technological tools in trilingual dictionaries containing English, Hindi and a tribal language. Hindi lexicography made use of new technologies to provide quicker access to the databases.
At the Section 1 Page 11 of 26 36Hindi lexicography in the Internet era initial stage some of the printed Hindi dictionaries were digitized and converted into searchable text. The U. Department of Education has undertaken an ambitious mission of providing the dictionaries of South Asia in digital format with the help of the University of Chicago.
Under this project three renowned dictionaries of Hindi language are available on the 3 4 AU: Please provide missing author and Web article title. The endnote offers this information. There are some other dictionaries which were never published as printed dictionaries AU: Please provide missing author and Web article title. Some of them are 6 7 8 9 AU: Please provide missing author and Web article title. Although these dictionaries have one or author and Web article title. AU: Please provide missing author and Web article title.
It has already been mentioned that these dictionaries are equipped with a search facility AU: Please provide missing author and Web article title. To implement information. AU: Please provide missing this,customizable searching is required. Initially it can be done with the use of filters. Most of author and Web article title. Hindi online dictionaries do not provide the filters searches. With the search your screen will be flooded with irrelevant data.
HinKhojhasfilters to search the desired words in definitions, similar words, and opposite words. And in addition, the Section 1 Page 12 of 26 36Hindi lexicography in the Internet era words for thenoun, verb, and particle forms are given as the similar words for the adjective form.
Dictionaries of South Asiahasfive filtering options: Search entry words only, Words matching exactly, Words starting with, Words containing, and Words ending with. Space limitations have always been one of the main constraintsfor compiling comprehensive dictionaries, but the Internet has lifted these limitations and led to the integration of more and better data, richer collocational coverage, an exponential increase of example sentences, integration of multimedia content images, graphs, videos, sound files , and extended notes usage notes, cultural notes, error notes, etc.
Granger Hindi dictionaries which were earlier available in print form and are now available on this new media have more data than the other dictionaries available. Many Hindi dictionaries claim that they have lot of data, and they are increasing their databases daily with the help of users, but the quality and coverage of data arenot appreciable. Some of the lacunas of the database of Hindi online dictionaries have already been discussed when discussing the search facilities.
Hindi Wordnet database has 28, synsets and 63, unique words based on every possible 12 AU: Please provide missing author and Web article title.
The endnote offers this terminology, Hindi Lexicon contains , words, and Hindicube claims to have a information. Hindi Online Tools claims to have 14, author and Web article title. Multimedia is another important feature of e-dictionaries which is least utilized in Hindi Internet dictionaries. Only some of the Hindi dictionaries like Shabdkosh, HinKhoj, and Section 1 Page 13 of 26 36Hindi lexicography in the Internet era Hindicube have the audio pronunciation of words.
Apart from audio pronunciation, no other facilities of multimedia have been utilized in the available Hindi Internet dictionaries.
Subject dictionaries in Hindi have almost no presence on the Internet. Arimardan Kumar Tripathi in prepared a bilingual glossary English-Hindi of Natural Language Processing NLP for the use of language technology researchers who are pursuing courses on language technology through the Hindi medium. Todate it is a standalone English-Hindi glossary, but now he is trying his best to host it on the Internet for wider coverage and utility.
Subject dictionaries developed by CSTT are not available online even in PDF which is expected as the very basic medium of e-lexicography. Recently the Central Government of India decided to digitize the textbooks and dictionaries available or published with government funding on a single platform.
The MHRD minister launched a portal on 25 May aiming to build a searchable knowledge repository in and about all the languages in India in multimedia text, audio, video, images formats. It is 14 AU: Please provide missing author and Web article title. The endnote offers this named Bharatavani. This project is being implemented by the Central Institute of Indian information.
It also has developed a multilingual app which aims to provide knowledge in about more than Indian languages. This app sources its data from the dictionaries that are published on the Bharatavani portal. Althoughmore than 40 text-based dictionaries are readily available for usage on the app, AU: As in printed books or more dictionaries are available on the portal as printed books.
Section 1 Page 14 of 26 36Hindi lexicography in the Internet era Apart from the previouslymentioned dictionaries there are some other websites for Hindi dictionaries which provide links either to free access Hindi dictionaries or to search 15 AU: Can you please clarify the meaning here? Hindi dictionaries which provide facilities for working with them. Lexilogos Hindi Online Dictionary and Lexicool Hindi links either to free access Hindi dictionaries or to 16 search facilities for working with them.
Yes English Dictionary have nothing to do with either lexicography or e-lexicography —they AU: Please provide missing author and Web article title. The endnote offers this Vikshnari claims that it is a free dictionary which gives the right for editing to the users and information.
The endnote offers this it also provides external links for various Hindi dictionaries and glossaries available on the information.
This could only become a reality if the data display is completely dynamic,and adaptable to every single consultation need of all the possible users in all the possible situations.
This issue will be addressed next as it relates to Hindi dictionaries. We cannot undertake an exhaustive treatment of the various issues as it would go beyond the limits of the present assignment. To begin with, we may point out that lexicography has been a Section 1 Page 15 of 26 36Hindi lexicography in the Internet era major domain for research in language and linguistic studies. We consider that the field of lexicography in India is underrepresented as most of the linguistics department do not focus on lexicographical issues but on linguistics ones, especially on linguistic analysis of topics such AU: This seems as language learning, translation and so on.
It is very essential to make lexicography a contradictory. We consider that the field of lexicography in India is underrepresented as most linguistics department do challenging area of research in linguistic departments of various universities in India. Furthermore, some basic issues of e-lexicography need to be incorporated in the lexicographical studies.
The students of lexicography in Indian universities need to be exposed to the growing and challenging area of e-lexicography and its significance as a discipline in the era of the Internet and globalization. It is also necessary to recognize that the computer studies and construction of databases pursued in various computer courses in information technology departments do not expose the students to the challenging area of e-lexicography as a promising area of research.
Another major issue for the growth of e-lexicography in India is to understand the latest developments from the field of e-lexicography and information science at the global level.
The students and researchers of e-lexicography must acquire the growing amount of research in this discipline and learn from other situations about the technological aspects of e- lexicography. We understand that neither the linguistics departments nor the information technology departments have created a dialogue with the advanced e-lexicographical studies at the global level.
We are not in a situation to make a categorical statement, but we understand that Hindi e-dictionaries have not taken into account various types of users, situations of use, types of user needs, and the types of data that would be necessary to satisfy these needs.
Without taking into account an individualization of dictionary content and the development of Section 1 Page 16 of 26 36Hindi lexicography in the Internet era interactive methods for satisfaction of user needs in online Hindi dictionaries, we cannot build a strong tradition for e-lexicography in India.
The dictionary as a tool has fulfilled a significant social and cultural need in society. It has played a catalytic role in the standardization of language. As we have pointed out, the government of India has played an active role by establishing theIndian Institute of Technology, National Institute of Technology, and Indian Institute of Information Technology to help develop Indian languages in terms of computer processing and building the necessary databases for creating interactive information tools and information networks.
This implies that the development of e-lexicography has not only language policy relevance but also it is an important aspect of political planning.
The fulfilment of user needs for the development of e- lexicography requires a long-term planning and a constructive and coordinated role of linguists, lexicographers, and information scientists. Another major issue of research and planning is to consider the distinction between corpus and database. We have pointed out that various products based on corpus research and documentation havebeen undertaken with the approval and support of the government and researchers.
We do not underrate or dispute the relevance of corpus research. However, we consider that the construction of databases for the growth of e-lexicography is fundamental. It is also an important issue for planning to undertake advanced e-lexicographical research. As we understand it, the focus of the corpus research is on collection of representative data with respect to subjects, various genres, style, frequency, etc.
Furthermore, the construction of corpora is quite relevant for the language standardization, machine translation, and various language- related research on the other hand database focus on user needs, user situation, and robust Section 1 Page 17 of 26 36Hindi lexicography in the Internet era AU: I am not sure if this system for satisfying the user needs.
We therefore consider that we need to develop robust should be broken into two sentences. Furthermore, the construction of corpora is quite relevant for different linguistic databases for high quality lexicographical studies and construction of advanced and dynamic analysis, especially for problems related with language standardization, machine translation, and so on.
Databases, especially lexicographic databases, are also needed but for a different research agenda. We need them for storing relevant lexicographic data, e. These databases must be part of robust systems that are necessary for compiling new online dictionaries from scratch.
Yes The exact number of words are not very high, but Hindi and other Indian language bilingual dictionaries can be important tools for further expansion of such dictionaries. It may be pointed out that some of these dictionaries have been placed on the Internet recently.
We may expect that these dictionaries will be further expanded, accessed for different purposes, and adapted to different situations in the foreseeable expansion of Hindi e-lexicography.
We may also mention that the electronic dictionaries available so far on the Internet do not involve many other languages than English. With the expansion of accessibility of Hindi e-dictionaries, we may expect that Hindi may develop e-lexicographical connections with other developed global languages like Spanish, French, German, Russian, etc. It therefore seems that the consolidation of Hindi e-lexicographical research and expansion would provide a wider network for information for other languages for different purposes as well as for the other goals.
We aim that the future e-lexicography of Hindi should consider the need of regular up- gradation and revision of e-dictionaries.
Bergenholtz —53 has rightly concluded that if Internet dictionaries, in principle, arenot being extended or changed every day, then Internet dictionaries will also degenerate, like printed dictionaries, relatively quickly into a less useful Section 1 Page 18 of 26 36Hindi lexicography in the Internet era and less reliable tool. The updating should not be only at the word or entry level but also at the pronunciation, semantic, and sociolinguistic level based on the corpora or recent use.
However, some of the Hindi online dictionaries have given the rights to users to update but sometimes junk material is also included, which hampers the quality of a dictionary. The search filters may include single word match; multiword expression such as phrases, idioms, or phrasal verbs; search in particular subject;search a subject in particular semantic domain; search in a particular grammatical category;and search in sociolinguistic tag slang, taboo, formal, colloquial, etc.
We propose the development of search tools for Hindi e-lexicographical products in these lines in near future. Multimedia is a less exploited aspect in Hindi dictionaries of the Internet era where space is no longer a constraint. To elaborate the headword, multimedia tools like graphics, audio, photos, video, and animation can be utilized. However, graphics diagram, photographs and tables have been used in Hindi printed dictionaries, but the Internet has provided the opportunity to attach audio and video files for example, different types of ringing, sound of different musical instruments, animal noises and bird calls, sounds made by humans, etc.
It has been point out that WordNet is actually a lexical database rather than a dictionary in the strict sense of the word Lew This distinction is not very important for the average user.
However, this points out the direction in which Hindi electronic dictionaries may extend theirresearch and databases. We do not know whether WordNet has been used as a resource for the extension of Hindi e-lexicography.
In any case, for adaptation and expansion of Hindi electronic dictionaries,WordNet may provide a great deal of structured data. Section 1 Page 19 of 26 36Hindi lexicography in the Internet era Machine translation is an advanced area of research and planning. Only a few languages have machine-readable corpus for machine translation.
In the Indian context some work has been done on machine translation with respect to certain languages. We know that Google provides facility of machine translation from Indian languages like Hindi, Punjabi, Bengali, etc. Tripathi —48 has given a detailed discussion about the Hindi machine translation tools developed in India. However, it is not certain whether machine translation is available between Indian languages as source and target languages.
In any case we can consider that machine translation may expand in the future and become a very useful resource for data adaptable for Hindi e-lexicography.
We can visualize that Hindi e-lexicography would provide in future the lexical information available to the users for different situations and different purposes. This requires the individualization of the lexical information in relation to the user needs. In this regard Verlinde and Lew have pointed out the importance of bottom-up lexicography and the development of relevant user interface to access the information for a given context in a user-friendly way.
Verlinde has pointed out the direction for future dictionaries in which Hindi electronic dictionaries may move for expanding its research and databases for modelling interactive reading, translation, and writing assistance.
The latest development in e-lexicography has been clearly brought out in the volume edited by Pedro A. Fuertes-Olivera and Henning Bergenholtz In this volume an article by Leroyer is significant as it points out the direction for the change of paradigm in e- lexicography.
He has pointed out the need for the design and development of functional tools to satisfy human information needs and problems. He highlights the importance of three interrelated sets of social, logical, and semantic parameters for understanding the significance Section 1 Page 20 of 26 36Hindi lexicography in the Internet era of the dimensions of user, access, and data.
This highlights the significance of integrating database as understood in information sciences. This further implies that the use of more comprehensive databanks can form the basis of different types of dictionaries as well as different dictionaries of same type. If we take the emergence of the new paradigm of e-lexicography into account, we do not know whether Hindi e-lexicography can develop along these lines in the near future.
It might appear that we visualize a very high expansion of Hindi e-lexicography. However, we feel that in the context of modern expansion of databases and information sciences e-lexicography in any language cannot make a mark if it does not develop robust databases that are specific, expandable, accessible, and adaptable to different user needs and user situations.
Census of India reported ,, speakers of Hindi in India. If we include those people who speak Hindi as second or third language, Hindi will be the third widely spoken language of the world after English and Mandarin. A great deal of support for the use of Hindi in India by the government and various other organizations implies that Hindi has a bright future for further development. However, Hindi is not used as medium of instruction in higher education, particularly in science and technology and other advanced areas of research.
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