A parallel corpus is a collection of texts, each of which is translated into one or more other languages than the original. The simplest case is where two languages only are involved: one of the corpora is an exact translation of the other. Some parallel corpora, however, exist in several languages.
|A Persian-English parallel corpus with about 1 million sentence pairs collected from masterpieces of literature.|
|PEPC: Parallel English-Persian Corpus
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|PEPC is a collection of parallel sentences in English and Persian languages extracted from Wikipedia documents using a bidirectional translation method.|
|TEP: Tehran English-Persian parallel corpus
|The first free English-Persian corpus, provided by the Natural Language and Text Processing Laboratory, University of Tehran.|