PROCEEDINGS OF THE 17TH WORLD SANSKRIT CONFERENCE
Section 1. वेदः // Veda
Convenors: Shrikant Bahulkar and Joanna Jurewicz.
Similes and Metaphors in the Agnihotra of Jaiminīya Brāhmaṇa
Mau Das Gupta
Section 2. भाषाशास्त्रम् // Linguistics
Convenors: Madhav Deshpande and Jan Houben.
Section 3. व्याकरणम् // Vyākaraṇa
Convenors: Malhar Kulkarni, Hideyo Ogawa, and Peter Scharf.
- Aussant, Émilie. “French Grammars of Sanskrit and Word-Class Systems.” Published July 2019. [VIEW] || [DOWNLOAD] (PDF, mb, pages)
- Ben-Dor, Sharon. “Sūtra Paraphrases in the Cāndravyākaraṇavṛtti, the Kāśikāvṛtti, and the Mahāvṛtti.” Published July 2019. [VIEW] || [DOWNLOAD] (PDF, mb, pages)
- Blinderman, Radha. “Bitextual Meaning in Two Pre-navya Vyākaraṇas: The Case of Rāmacandrācārya and Jīva Gosvāmin.” Published July 2019. [VIEW] || [DOWNLOAD] (PDF, mb, pages)
- Bonino, Beatrice. “On the Question of Circularity in A 1.3.3 hal antyam.” Published July 2019. [VIEW] || [DOWNLOAD] (PDF, mb, pages)
- Kawamura, Yūto. “What Is the Purpose of Restating dā in Aṣṭādhyāyī 5.3.19: tado dā ca?” Published July 2019. [VIEW] || [DOWNLOAD] (PDF, mb, pages)
- Wielińska-Soltwedel, Małgorzata. “Svārthika Suffixes vs. Endocentric Taddhita Derivatives.” Published July 2019. [VIEW] || [DOWNLOAD] (PDF, mb, pages)
Section 4. रामायणं महाभारतं च // Epics
Convenors: Robert Goldman and James Hegarty.
Section 5. पुराणानि // Purāṇas
Convenors: Raj Balkaran and McComas Taylor.
Section 19. संस्कृतं विज्ञानतान्त्रिकी च // Computational Sanskrit & Digital Humanities
Convenors: Gérard Huet, Amba Kulkarni.
Published and as a printed, peer-reviewed and edited volume by DK Publishers: Computational Sanskrit & Digital Humanities: Selected Papers Presented at the 17th World Sanskrit Conference, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, 9-13 July 2018, edited by Gérard Huet and Amba Kulkarni. New Delhi: DK Publishers, 2018. ISBN: 9789387212107.
From the preface:
This volume contains edited versions of papers accepted for presentation at the 17th World Sanskrit Conference in July 2018 in Vancouver, Canada. A special track of the conference was reserved for the topic “Computational Sanskrit & Digital Humanities,” with the intent to cover not only recent advances in each of the now mature fields of Sanskrit Computational Linguistics and Sanskrit Digital Libraries, but to encourage cooperative efforts between scholars of the two communities, and prepare the emergence of grammatically informed digital Sanskrit corpus. Due to its rather technical nature, the contributions were not judged on mere abstracts, but on submitted full papers reviewed by a Program Committee.
Table of Contents: (PDF, 78kb, 16 pages)
- Samir Sohoni and Malhar A. Kulkarni. "A Functional Core for the Computational Aṣṭādhyāyī" (1-30).
- Sarada Susarla, Tilak M. Rao and Sai Susarla. "PAIAS: Pāṇini Aṣṭādhyāyī Interpreter As a Service" (31-58).
- Sanjeev Panchal and Amba Kulkarni. "Yogyatā As an Absence of Non-congruity" (59-82).
- Amrith Krishna, Bodhisattwa Prasad Majumder, Anil Kumar Boga, and Pawan Goyal. "An ‘Ekalavya’ Approach to Learning Context Free Grammar Rules for Sanskrit Using Adaptor Grammar" (83-112).
- Shreevatsa Rajagopalan. "A User-friendly Tool for Metrical Analysis of Sanskrit Verse" (113-142).
- Devaraja Adiga, Rohit Saluja, Vaibhav Agrawal,Ganesh Ramakrishnan, Parag Chaudhuri, K. Ramasubramanian and Malhar Kulkarni. "Improving the Learnability of Classifiers for Sanskrit OCR Corrections" (143-162).
- Nikhil Caturvedi and Rahul Garg. "A Tool for Transliteration of Bilingual Texts Involving Sanskrit" (163-180).
- Balasubramanian Ramakrishnan. "Modeling the Phonology of Consonant Duplication and Allied Changes in the Recitation of Tamil Taittirīyaka-s" (181-216).
- Brendan Gillon. "Word Complementation in Classical Sanskrit" (217-228).
- Peter M. Scharf. "TEITagger: Raising the Standard for Digital Texts to Facilitate Interchange with Linguistic Software" (229-258).
- Gérard Huet and Idir Lankri. "Preliminary Design of a Sanskrit Corpus Manager" (259-276).
- Tanuja P. Ajotikar, Anuja P. Ajotikar, and Peter M. Scharf. "Enriching the digital edition of the Kāśikāvr̥tti by adding variants from the Nyāsa and Padamañjarī" (277-294).
- Timothy Bellefleur. "From the Web to the Desktop: IIIF-Pack, A Document Format for Manuscripts Using Linked Data Standards" (295-310).
- Jayashree Aanand Gajjam, Diptesh Kanojia and Malhar Kulkarni. "New Vistas to Study Bhartṛhari: Cognitive NLP" (311-).