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Anna University, Coimbatore receives R&D Project
The Centre for Intellectual Property Rights of the Anna University, Coimbatore, has received a project titled “Development of Software for Trademark Verbal Similarities Search Engine and Indian Trademark Database”, from the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology.
According to a university release, the project estimated to cost around Rs. 96.65 lakh will extend to two years. It will develop a software package to find out verbal similarity between the Trademarks based on phonological analogies, speech recognition, pronunciation, spelling and conceptual closeness.
It will develop and deploy a new high-speed phonetic and speech recognition search engine. It will also involve developing a web-enabled search engine using Nice classification and one that can be integrated with many databases commercially available worldwide.
Vice-Chancellor R. Radhakrishnan will be the Project
Investigator and Director of Centre for Intellectual Property Rights S. Balasubramanian will be the co-investigator.
Application Form Submission 16 Dec 2020 to 16 Jan 2021.