Publication Type:

Conference Paper

Source:

ARTCom 2009 - International Conference on Advances in Recent Technologies in Communication and Computing, Kottayam, Kerala, p.433-435 (2009)

ISBN:

9780769538457

URL:

http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?eid=2-s2.0-73849104857&partnerID=40&md5=c15bd9d1465990003078aecb7bbbc1d5

Keywords:

Agglutinative language, Kernel methods, Labeling, Learning systems, Linguistics, Machine-learning, Morphological analysis, Morphological analyzer, Morphological features, Morphological properties, Morphology structures, Natural languages, Non-linear relationships, Query languages, Rule-based approach, Sequence Labeling, State of the art

Abstract:

This paper is based on morphological analyzer using machine learning approach for complex agglutinative natural languages. Morphological analysis is concerned with retrieving the structure, the syntactic and morphological properties or the meaning of a morphologically complex word. The morphology structure of agglutinative language is unique and capturing its complexity in a machine analyzable and generatable format is a challenging job. Generally rule based approaches are used for building morphological analyzer system. In rule based approaches what works in the forward direction may not work in the backward direction. This new and state of the art machine learning approach based on sequence labeling and training by kernel methods captures the non-linear relationships in the different aspect of morphological features of natural languages in a better and simpler way. The overall accuracy obtained for the morphologically rich agglutinative language (Tamil) was really encouraging. © 2009 IEEE.

Notes:

cited By 3; Conference of ARTCom 2009 - International Conference on Advances in Recent Technologies in Communication and Computing ; Conference Date: 27 October 2009 Through 28 October 2009; Conference Code:78825

Cite this Research Publication

Va Dhanalakshmi, M Kumar, A., Rekha, R. Ua, Arunkumar, Ca, Soman, K. Pa, and Rajendran, Sb, “Morphological analyzer for agglutinative languages using machine learning approaches”, in ARTCom 2009 - International Conference on Advances in Recent Technologies in Communication and Computing, Kottayam, Kerala, 2009, pp. 433-435.

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