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Below please find the list of the papers accepted for LRL 2015.

4 Using Recurrent Neural Networks for joint compound splitting and Sandhi resolution in Sanskrit Oliver Hellwig
27 Normalising orthographic and dialectal variants for the automatic processing of Swiss German Tanja Samardzic, Yves Scherrer and Elvira Glaser
29 The Malagasy language in the digital age Challenges and perspectives Joro Ny Aina Ranaivoarison
39 Error Analysis of Named Entity Translation output for Poor-Resourced Bilingual Vietnamese-French Pair Ngoc Tan Le and Fatiha Sadat
43 Requirements of Mobile Web for Indian Languages - Gap Analysis & Way ahead Swaran Lata, Somnath Chandra and Prashant Verma
47 Tapadóir: Developing an SMT Engine and associate resources for Irish Meghan Dowling, Lauren Cassidy, Eimear Maguire, Ankit K. Srivastava, Teresa Lynn and John Judge
52 Using TypeCraft and Annotation Pro for multilayer annotation and analysis of Tense and Aspect in Krio Dorothee Beermann, Katarzyna Klessa and Beatrice Owusua Nyampong
53 National Language Technology Portals for LRLs: A Case Study Delyth Prys and Dewi Bryn Jones
59 The Digital Language Diversity Project Claudia Soria, Sirpa Hentula, Davyth Hicks, Eva Kuehhirt, Pertti Lampi, Justyna Pietrzak and Anneli Sarhimaa
63 (Re)thinking the BLaRK for Ancient Greek Federico Boschetti, Riccardo Del Gratta, Francesca Frontini, Anas Fahad Khan and Monica Monachini
65 Pronunciation Lexicon Development for Under-Resourced Languages Using Automatically Derived Subword Units: A Case Study on Scottish Gaelic Marzieh Razavi, Ramya Rasipuram and Mathew Magimai Doss
69 Looking forward by looking back: Applying lessons from 20 years of African language technology Martin Benjamin and Mohomodou Houssouba
71 Issues and Challenges in Developing Statistical PoS Taggers for Sambalpuri Pitambar Behera, Atul Kumar Ojha and Girish Jha
72 Quantifying the Use of Digital Welsh-language Language Resources Gruffudd Prys, Delyth Prys and Dewi Bryn Jon

The papers accepted for LRL 2015 will be published in LTC '15 Proceedings - in hard copy with ISBN number - and on a CD-ROM (see LTC '15 Publication Policy section).

The best papers of LRL 2015 will be published together with the best papers of LTC '15 in a volume dedicated in the Springer Series Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence.


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