research product . 2017

Representing Semantics of Text by Acquiring Its Canonical Form

Taiye, Mohammed Ahmed; Kamaruddin, Siti Sakira; Ahmad, Farzana Kabir;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2017
  • Country: Indonesia
Canonical form is a notion stating that related idea should have the same meaning representation. It is a notion that greatly simplifies task by dealing with a single meaning representation for a wide range of expression. The issue in text representation is to generate a formal approach of capturing meaning or semantics in sentences. These issues include heterogeneity and inconsistency in text. Polysemous, synonymous, morphemes and homonymous word poses serious drawbacks when trying to capture senses in sentences. This calls for a need to capture and represent senses in order to resolve vagueness and improve understanding of senses in documents for knowledge cre...
free text keywords: Indonesia, Word Sense Disambiguation, First Order Predicate Logic, Canonical Form, Natural Language Processing, Semantic
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