A study of the origin of Automatic Language Identification

Niraj Kr. Singh, Prof. (Dr.) B.P.Singh


Language Identification is the issue of deciding the natural dialect that an archive or part thereof is composed in. Programmed language identification has been broadly investigated for more than fifty years. Research around language identification has been particularly dynamic. This paper gives a concise history of language identification studies, and a broad review of the highlights and strategies utilized so far in the language identification literatures. For depicting the highlights and techniques we present a bound together documentation. This paper also discusses some evaluation methods, practical applications of language identification and other advanced language identification systems. At last, we recognize open issues, review the recent works on various related issue, and propose future headings for research in language identification.


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