NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING ITS TYPES

shipra goyal goyal, Dhavleesh Rattan

Abstract


This paper expects to investigate the part of regular dialect preparing (NLP). The paper will examine the part with regards to mechanized information recovery, robotized question answer, and content organizing. NLP systems are increasing more extensive acknowledgment, in actuality, applications and modern concerns. There are different complexities required in preparing the content of regular dialect that could fulfill the need of leaders. This paper starts with the portrayal of the characteristics of NLP practices. The paper then spotlights on the difficulties in normal dialect preparing. The paper additionally talks about significant systems of NLP. The last segment portrays open doors and difficulties for future examination.

Keywords


Natural Language Processing, Lexical, Syntactic, Morphology

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26483/ijarcs.v8i8.4362

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