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CROSS LANGUAGE INFORMATION RETRIEVAL: IN INDIAN LANGUAGE PERSPECTIVE
International Journal of Research in Engineering and Technology
Multilingual information is overflowing on internet these days. This increasing diversity of web pages in almost every popular language in the world should enable the user to access information in any language of his choice. But sometimes it is difficult for a user to write her request in a language which she could easily read and understand. This makes cross-language information retrieval (CLIR) and multilingual information retrieval (MLIR) for Web applications a valuable need of the day. Itdoi:10.15623/ijret.2014.0322010 fatcat:zcjebdivyfcivnzjfvxpk2ec5u