Indic Computing

Indic Computing

Indic Computing means "computing in Indic i.e. Indian Scripts and Languages. It involves developing software in Indic Scripts/languages, Input methods, Localization of computer applications, web development, Database Management, OCR, Spell-checkers, Speech to Text and Text to Speech applications etc. in Indian languages.

Most of the Indic scripts now a days use Unicode for working on Computers and Internet. In Unicode 5.0 following Indian Scripts has been encoded:

*Bengali script
*Devanagari
*Gujarati
*Gurmukhi
*Kannada
*Limbu
*Malayalam
*Oriya
*Sinhala
*Syloti Nagri
*Tamil
*Telugu

A lot of Indic Computing projects are going on. It involves some Government sector companies, some volunteer groups and individual people.

Government Sector

TDIL

http://tdil.milt.gov.in

C-DAC

http://cdac.in

Volunteer Groups

arovar

http://sarovar.org

BhartiyaOO.org

Input Methods

InScript

Phonetic

Transliteration

* [http://www.ekya.com Ekya] : Indic Transliteration Bookmarklets let you type anywhere on the web.

Localization

IndLinux

http://indlinux.org

Nipun

http://akshargram.com/nipun

Indicybers

http://indicybers.com

Indic Blogging

Akshargram Network

http://akshargram.com/sarvagya/index.php/Akshargram_Network

IndiBloggies

http://indibloggies.org

Indic Programming Languages

Hindi Programming Language

Hindawi Programming System

BangaBhasha


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