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transliterate

[tran′slid·ə‚rāt]
(computer science)
To represent the characters or words of one language by corresponding characters or words of another language.
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1.3.1 Selection of transliteration tools for libraries
The final reconstruction, transliteration, and translation of the Tiglath-pileser texts published here was an unusually collaborative effort.
Keywords: Urdu Digital, Digital Books, Urdu Web, Online Urdu, Transliteration, NCPUL, Digital Collections, Urdu Unicode Fonts
[...] The third use of script is in transliteration, when the graphemes of a source script are converted into graphemes of a target script without any regard to pronunciation and also, at least in the strictest sense, without either adding or deleting any graphemes that are not present in the source script.
BEIRUT: During the past few years email, chat rooms, and text messaging have forced Arabic speakers to rely on transliterations due to these technologies' use of Roman script.
For many of the texts, it is the first time that translations and transliterations have been available.
In this segment, I focus on unstructured text mining tools that provide users with natural language processing, language identification, transliteration and name normalization capabilities.
Scholars who would attempt transliteration of it may find themselves
Speculation as to whether enchiriadis is a transliteration of the Greek adjective [Greek text omitted], or whether it is a fanciful accretion from a bogus Latin root, can in no way obstruct the plain fact that the term means simply 'handbook'.
To answer the first question, we searched for American (not necessarily English) transliterations of the Russian alphabet that had received substantial acceptance.
Rahmouni recorded stories from her grandmother and another informant in her home town, and presents them in Roman transliteration of the Arabic and in English translation.
Given Lambert's reputation as a first-class Assyriologist, the transliterations presumably represent their cuneiform originals accurately.