research product . 2015

Parsing Indonesian Syntactic with Recursive Neural Network

Putra, K. T. (Karisma); Purwanto, D. (Djoko); Mardiyanto, R. (Ronny);
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  • Published: 01 Aug 2015
  • Publisher: Sepuluh Nopember Institute of Technology
  • Country: Indonesia
Sentence is a form of human communication which is closely related to language system. Sentence is one of the recursive structures that are often found in daily conversation. Learning syntactic structure is useful to explore the meaning of the sentence contained on it or translated it into another language such as machine language. The problem is meaning, ambiguity, and the language that is not according to the rules of syntax, causing the command translation become more complex. This research is about parsing Indonesian syntax based on natural language rules for applications in the field of human-machine interaction. Each word that is a part of the sentence, is mapped into vector-space model. To estimate the potential connection of two words, we use the recursive neural network. The potential connection of two words translated into a higher structure to obtain a complete sentence structure. We obtain 93% accuracy, with 50 data-set are given in the learning process to represent a hundred vocabularies.
ACM Computing Classification System: TheoryofComputation_MATHEMATICALLOGICANDFORMALLANGUAGES
free text keywords: Indonesia, Natural language processing, vector-space model, recursive neural network
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