Rajeev Sangal

Updated: 09/15/2017 by Computer Hope
Rajeev Sangal

Name: Rajeev Sangal

Born: Unknown

Computer-related contributions

  • Professor at International Institute of Information Technology - Hyderabad, India.
  • Known for his work in processing of human languages in Computational Paninian Grammar (CPG) framework, particularly applied to Indian languages.
  • Oversees team in building machine translation systems among Indian languages and from English to Indian languages.
  • Works on knowledge representation, information extraction and search engines.

Significant publications

  • A Foundation Course in Human Values and Professional Ethics (2010).
  • Natural Language Processing: A Paninian Perspective (1995).
  • LISP Programming (1995).
  • Programming Paradigm in LISP (1992).

Honors and awards

  • Fellow, Computer Society of India (2012).
  • Fellow, Indian National Academy of Engineers (2009).

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