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Automatic Bitext Alignment for Southeast Asian Languages

Here is my Master's thesis on the Automatic Bitext Alignment for Southeast Asian Languages. Bitext corpus is a collection of text in two languages; in this case, English and Thai. I automatically aligned English sentences with their Thai translations. The methodology I proposed here could be used for any Southeast Asian languages, for example, Burmese. I have to post my thesis here because the Asian Institute of Technology does not give people online access to its thesis repository.

lwinmoe-thesis.pdf

At an up-scale shopping mall in Rangoon (Yangon), Burma

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At a super market in Rangoon (Yangon), Burma, originally uploaded by lwinmoe.
This is a picture taken at an up-scale shopping mall in Burma near Hlaing Thar Yar. I found this amusing. I had to ask Ma Ardeth, my friend, to take a picture so I can post it here on my blog. :)