Lecture on the romanization of the Russian language

Informal romanization is a peculiar way of entering non-Latin languages ​​into the Latin alphabet, usually used in online communication. While character substitution options vary between users, they are usually based on common assumptions about visual and phonetic similarities between characters.

In this lecture, Maria Ryskina will focus on the task of transforming such a Latinized text into its native spelling and present experimental results for Russian and Arabic, highlighting the differences inherent in writing systems.

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