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Automatic Building An Extensive Arabic Fa Terms Dictionary

El-Sayed Atlam, Masao Fuketa, Kazuhiro Morita, Jun-Ichi Aoe
2010 Zenodo  
Field Association (FA) terms are a limited set of discriminating terms that give us the knowledge to identify document fields which are effective in document classification, similar file retrieval and  ...  Experimental evaluation is carried out for 14 different fields using 251 MB of domain-specific corpora obtained from Arabic Wikipedia dumps and Alhyah news selected average of 2,825 FA Terms (single and  ...  Moreover, Atlam, Morita, Fuketa and Aoe [3] have proposed a method to select compound FA Terms from a pool of single FA Terms only.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1080856 fatcat:x6xlapj3g5bxzigvzzcnhvwhv4

AUTOMATIC BUILDING ARABIC DOMAIN MORPHOLOGICAL DICTIONARY USING PART OF SPEECH TAGGING

O. El Barbary
2018 Journal of the Egyptian Mathematical Society  
A Field Association (FA) word is a new technique for selecting efficient words that can be related to specified field.  ...  After that, the FA words with its frame collected in alphabetic order. The method of building the automatic morphological field dictionary using a main algorithm is discussed and studied.  ...  They also proposed in [8] an efficient method for selecting compound Field Association (FA) terms from a large pool of single FA terms for any specialized fields.  ... 
doi:10.21608/joems.2018.2984.1053 fatcat:edrhnequdrgx3bp7mfwwjwvpzu

Natural Language Processing methods and systems for biomedical ontology learning

Kaihong Liu, William R. Hogan, Rebecca S. Crowley
2011 Journal of Biomedical Informatics  
Methodologies developed in the fields of Natural Language Processing, information extraction, information retrieval and machine learning provide techniques for automating the enrichment of an ontology  ...  One important requirement of domain ontologies is that they must achieve a high degree of coverage of the domain concepts and concept relationships.  ...  We thank Karma Lisa Edwards and Lucy Cafeo of the University of Pittsburgh for expert editorial assistance.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jbi.2010.07.006 pmid:20647054 pmcid:PMC2990796 fatcat:hnyc5k4iobdzpatclwihaiw4wu

Text Rank for Domain Specific Using Field Association Words

Omnia G. El Barbary, El Sayed Atlam
2020 Journal of Computer and Communications  
The second collects a list of ideal FA terms and compounds FA terms from the specific domain that are considered to be contender keyword phrases.  ...  Secondly, extricate a list of different domain words or phrases using field association words algorithm, and obtain great and semi-perfect FA words.  ...  Conflicts of Interest The authors declare no conflicts of interest regarding the publication of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.4236/jcc.2020.811005 fatcat:whz77j6n6bdhvahvdo2d7hgfau

Homonyms and Synonyms in NOK Method

Marina Rauker Koch, Mile Pavlić, Martina Ašenbrener Katić
2015 Procedia Engineering  
Method Nodes of Knowledge (NOK) is one of the methods which allows a graphical representation and organization of knowledge in the form of a DNOK diagram (Diagram of Nodes Of Knowledge) as a network of  ...  This paper presents a metamodel mode of writing homonyms and synonyms into the dictionary from which words are used for modeling.  ...  by University of Rijeka (Croatia).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.proeng.2015.01.466 fatcat:tvfwjuwxcvhwnfnax4svargdku

DrugQuest - a text mining workflow for drug association discovery

Nikolas Papanikolaou, Georgios A. Pavlopoulos, Theodosios Theodosiou, Ioannis S. Vizirianakis, Ioannis Iliopoulos
2016 BMC Bioinformatics  
Conclusions: DrugQuest is a text mining tool for knowledge discovery: it is designed to cluster DrugBank records based on text attributes in order to find new associations between drugs.  ...  Text mining and data integration methods are gaining ground in the field of health sciences due to the exponential growth of bio-medical literature and information stored in biological databases.  ...  Discussion DrugQuest is a concept discovery tool mainly designed for finding new associations between known drugs but also for providing concise summation of a large corpus of drug-related knowledge.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12859-016-1041-6 pmid:27295093 pmcid:PMC4905607 fatcat:ss7fan4ucrgplgdudidmq7adwm

Cognitive classification of the names of building materials in Russian and English languages

Nurgizya Khasanova, Rozaliya Akhmetgareyeva, Ilvira Kuznetsova, E. Vdovin
2021 E3S Web of Conferences  
Representation of cognitive area and revealing terminological characteristics of the Russian and English names of building materials (NBMs) determine the topicality of the research and the article's problematic  ...  The authors of the article analyze the Russian and English NBMs and reveal their main stages with the comparative description, and chооse the definition of the names, in which the basic word-identifier  ...  Due to the functional variety of terms and the increase of new terms it is difficult to establish systemic relations, which causes the necessity of the criteria for a logical and cognitive classification  ... 
doi:10.1051/e3sconf/202127412005 fatcat:vhn2lbtdifa5hmneli5gvdpvj4

Semantic shift as a way of meaning specialization: the case of English elearning terms

Darya Olegovna Ossokina, Botagoz Kazbekovna Murzalina
2021 XLinguae  
The processes of globalization and digitalization in the field of education and the rapid development of new Internet technologies have long been a catalytic force for the formation of e-learning terminology  ...  The semantic study using the definition analysis and method of semantic differentiation shows that the semantic shift as a way of meaning specialization is a productive mechanism for the formation of new  ...  It is important to consider a special type of terms -compound terms consisting of more than two words.  ... 
doi:10.18355/xl.2021.14.02.21 fatcat:bo3mxthco5c5zmr7k52tgffgby

Knowledge Processing for Construction Management Data Base

Robert D. Logcher, Ming‐Teh Wang, Frank Hsi‐Sheng Chen
1989 Journal of construction engineering and management  
from English terms to database fields or their values, access to database or other information sources, or pre-access and post-access processing.  ...  The system architecture will be presented, followed by a description of how knowledge is represented and processed in answering English-like queries.  ...  In general, collected contexts are arranged in the follwing order: content in its Context slot, the last word of its English name (if the term is a field), rest of its English name, contexts of a field  ... 
doi:10.1061/(asce)0733-9364(1989)115:2(196) fatcat:vx3p3zk2bfee3ewgjyth2syv2e

From Lexicon to Flexicon: The Principles of Morphological Transcendence and Lexical Superstates in the Characterization of Words in the Mind

Gary Libben
2022 Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence  
This paper presents a contrasting view. It is a view that highlights that words are activities that we perform, rather than simply representations that we have.  ...  It is proposed that lexical representations are best seen as hierarchies of action within a highly interconnected and dynamic system.  ...  When this happens, it can be said that a new lexical entity is being created because the lexical system new has a form that is associated with a specific role within compound words.  ... 
doi:10.3389/frai.2021.788430 pmid:35284821 pmcid:PMC8905433 fatcat:wtgkgoztvzh6zeud7ccpo756rq

The Effectiveness of Dictation Method in College English Vocabulary Teaching

Qu Tang
2012 Theory and Practice in Language Studies  
In other words, it has been a bottleneck for the students' English learning. With respect to words memory, although they have spent lots of time on it, little success has been made.  ...  This paper introduces the theories that support dictation method and the effective strategies for applying it.  ...  For example, teachers should dictate the bold words, especially the bold words with a ▲ sign (book III and book IV of New College English) for several times. (3).  ... 
doi:10.4304/tpls.2.7.1472-1476 fatcat:yiyh6ataaveehl5euogctc6ejy

Automatic Summarization based on Field Coherent Passages

Mahmoud Rokaya
2013 International Journal of Computer Applications  
This work introduces a custom summary based on key words or field of interest that a user determine or select.  ...  Even the methods that tried to rely on the user keywords, they followed these key words blindly without any analysis of the actual relations between these key words or other related field association terms  ...  Field association terms (FATs) dictionary concept was studied and tested for English.  ... 
doi:10.5120/13772-1636 fatcat:cme74z2d7nbxraslhcixtrdxfy

Cross-Language IR at University of Tsukuba: Automatic Transliteration for Japanese, English, and Korean

Atsushi Fujii, Tetsuya Ishikawa
2004 NTCIR Conference on Evaluation of Information Access Technologies  
We produced a transliteration dictionary for Japanese and English letters via the Roman representation. To produce a new dictionary, we use the Unicode system to romanize Korean words.  ...  We apply our method, which was originally proposed for Japanese Katakana words, to Korean Hangul words and realize JEK transliteration in a single framework.  ...  Query Translation The query translation module is based on our previous method for compound words [5, 7] . First, we extract compound words from a target topic field.  ... 
dblp:conf/ntcir/FujiiI04 fatcat:6dv2nr7lnjh2pdasqdi7l5fnbq

ANALYSIS OF LANGUAGE FEATURES OF MOUNTAIN TERMINOLOGY

Nodira Abduraimovna Ergasheva, Navoi State Mining Institute
2020 Theoretical & Applied Science  
As for the inverse compounding, this term is understood as rederivation, that is, the dismemberment of a previously non-derivative word by rethinking it and semantic convergence with other words [10, p  ...  Such a method as synonymy is no less productive way of term formation and amounts to 46%, as for the formation of new terms as a result of the disintegration of a word into homonyms, that is, the acquisition  ... 
doi:10.15863/tas.2020.02.82.112 fatcat:cfhbg2jizzayrnfsilrpe6f57m

Context Based and Non-Context Based Interpretation of English Compounds in Legal Discourse-A Case Study with ESP Law Students

Jeta Hamzai
2021 SEEU Review  
If a new word is used by many speakers of the language, it will probably survive, and the same word will one day become an everyday word and enter the vocabulary of a language.  ...  This paper looks at compounding as one of the most productive word formation process in English. The term compounding refers to a process in which two or more lexemes are combined into one new word.  ...  They were given three possible answers for each compound word, with only one option to be selected. In this part, students interpreted the meaning of English compounds in the field of law.  ... 
doi:10.2478/seeur-2021-0005 fatcat:32bkam3bpfdrxd2rssodnplkx4
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