Genetic approach for arabic part of speech tagging

07/11/2013
by   Bilel Ben Ali, et al.
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With the growing number of textual resources available, the ability to understand them becomes critical. An essential first step in understanding these sources is the ability to identify the part of speech in each sentence. Arabic is a morphologically rich language, wich presents a challenge for part of speech tagging. In this paper, our goal is to propose, improve and implement a part of speech tagger based on a genetic alorithm. The accuracy obtained with this method is comparable to that of other probabilistic approaches.

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