MAPSTopo Lite "Arabicizer" Specifications

Arabicizer in words

MAPSTopo Arabicizer provides utility to Arabicizer place names vocalized in different ways to ensure high level of data re-usability.
MAPSTopo Arabicizer supports Arabicization from more than 50 world languages.
MAPSTopo Arabicizer provides language autodetection.
MAPSTopo Romanizer uses an embeded compact toponymy database and features editable user toponmic dictionary.
MAPSTopo Arabicizer automatically generates all status codes necessary for proofreading.
MAPSTopo Arabicizer helps to manage an error free bilingual onomasticon for the entire scope of your etymological database.
MAPSTopo Arabicizer ensures the proper encoding for your multilingual applications.
MAPSTopo Arabicizer enables a fully-automated Retrieval process.

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Overall Description
  • MAPSTopo Lite (Arabicizer) is a professional productivity automatic name retrieval system for Geographical Names; its main fucntion is to Romanize personal names written in native language script, just paste the names, type, or load a file of names and the system will start to do very complex procedures that handle a lot of advanced tasks such as vocalization, annotation, script conversion, customizing the output and more. MAPSTopo is very flexible and its setting panel is easy and straightforward.
  • The system retrieves Arabic place names romanized using the following standards ADEGN, ALA_LC, BGN, Buckwalter, DIN, IGN, ISO, KATS, RJGC, SAS, SATTS, UNGEGN, and IPA.
  • Among the supported languages for Arabicization are Latin characters based languages, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Hebrew, Amharic, Hindi and many others.
  • MAPSTopo Lite (Arabicizer) is designed for productivity environments, typical applications include batch Retrieval of large databases of place names such as those used in search engines and IR software like name indexers.
  • MAPSTopo Lite (Arabicizer) runs in one process, this allows it to start much faster when multiple sources of names are selected to load, to reduce memory usage.
  • MAPSTopo Lite (Arabicizer) supports Unicode, which is the preferred encoding method for multilingual support. Not only can you open Unicode encoded files but you can also edit files as Unicode so you can display multiple languages at the same time. MAPSTopo Lite supports Unicode big endian, UTF-8, Western European, and all other encodings supported by MS Windows.
  • MAPSTopo Lite (Arabicizer) supports drag and drop, enabling you to copy or move selected text between the application and other applications support OLE e.g. MS Word, MS Excel, or Internet Explorer.
  • You have an option to save all settings to INI files instead of the Registry.
  • Supported languages: Oromo, Afar, Afrikaans, Amharic, Armenian, Assamese, Bengali, Bulgarian, Burmese, Catalan, Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Esperanto, Finnish, French, Gaelic, German, Greek, Gujarati, Hebrew, Hindi, Indonesian, Interlingua, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Kurdish, Malayalam, Marathi, Pashto, Persian, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Somali, Swahili, Swedish, Telugu, Thai, Tigrinya, Turkish, Ukrainian, Urdu, Yiddish, Yoruba, Tigre, Filipino, Tamazight, Meroitic, Syriac.

    These options allow you to set up the application once and remain effective until you reconfigure again. Once MAPSTopo Lite detects config.ini in its directory, it loads the settings and reflects all these on the setting panel.

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Single name processing Report generation Multilingual support
Tool tip guidance mini report generation multilinugal support
Single name processing. Mini report generation. 16 languages supported.

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