We define the final accuracy of the model as the percentage of input traces that are correctly processed by the model to generate the Indic word. When the beam size k is greater than 1, the model is said to make a correct prediction if at least one of the k predictions is accurate. Apart from the final accuracies, we provide the intermediate accuracies observed after each module in our architectural pipeline. The results below are reported with a beam size (k) of 3.
The table below shows the results achieved by IndicSwipe on the Indic-to-Indic Decoding task across 7 Indic languages.
|Language||Dataset Size||CTC Accuracy (%)||Final Accuracy (%)|
The table below shows the results achieved by IndicSwipe on the English-to-Indic Decoding task across 7 Indic languages.
|Language||Dataset Size||CTC Accuracy(%)||Transliteration Generation(%)||Final Accuracy(%)|