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This volume constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Sanskrit Computational Linguistics, held in Hyderabad, India, in January 2009.
The 9 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 16 submissions. The papers fall under four broad categories: Four papers deal with the structure of Panini's Astadhyayi. Two of them deal with parsing issues, two with various aspects of machine translation and the last one with the Web concordance of an important Sanskrit text.
Background of the A???dhy?y?.- P??ini’s Grammar and Its Computerization: A Construction Grammar Approach.- Annotating Sanskrit Texts Based on ??bdabodha Systems.- Modelling the Grammatical Circle of the P??inian System of Sanskrit Grammar.- Computational Structure of the A?? ?dhy? y? and Conflict Resolution Techniques.- Levels in P??ini’s A?? h?dhy? y?.- On the Construction of ?ivas?tras-Alphabets.- Tagging Classical Sanskrit Compounds.- Extracting Dependency Trees from Sanskrit Texts.- Sanskrit Analysis System (SAS).- Translation Divergence in English-Sanskrit-Hindi Language Pairs.- Web Concordance of the Prak?r?a-Prak??a of Hel?r?ja on the J?tisamudde?a (3.1) of V?kyapad?ya.