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||4.8-million Persian Names Database is now available
||Thu, 27 Jun 2019 07:45:16 +0000
||Jack Halpern <cjk_...@cjki.org>
This is Jack from The CJK Dictionary Institute (CJKI). I hope this
finds you well.
I would like to let you know that we have just completed our
Persian Names (DPN), the most comprehensive database of its kind,
4.8 million entries. Given the current geopolitical tensions and
strengthening of U.S. sanctions, this database takes on special
for the defense, security and financial industries.
As you know, we maintain one of the world's largest databases of
Arab names -- our Database of Arab Names (DAN) -- and we have used
extensive know-how, in partnership with a team of native-speaking
computational linguists, to create our new Database of Persian
DPN currently covers 4.8 million Persian romanized variants for
unique Persian script names. It also includes gender and type
or surname) codes, a confidence rank indicating relative
phonetic transcriptions, as well as Persian script variants. The
unique feature, is especially useful for speech technology.
Please see the following page for more details and a sample of the
Like our Database of Arab Names, DPN is particularly well-suited
security and risk-management applications such as anti-money
anti-terrorism, immigration control, and watchlist filtering, as
natural language processing applications like named entity
Perhaps we can have a phone conference in the next week or two to
DPN in more depth.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Regards, Jack Halpern
CEO, The CJK Dictionary Institute, Inc.
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