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Special Issue "Natural Language Processing: Approaches and Applications"
A special issue of Applied Sciences (ISSN 2076-3417). This special issue belongs to the section "Computing and Artificial Intelligence".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 May 2022) | Viewed by 16515
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Interests: control systems; systems modeling; data analysis; information systems design; nonlinear dynamics
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2. Department of Information Technologies, Novosibirsk State University, Pirogova str., 1, 630090 Novosibirsk, Russia
Interests: natural language processing; poetic texts analysis; mathematical linguistics; semiotics; data mining; machine learning; artificial intelligence; self-organizing systems; wave processes in a liquid
Special Issue Information
The natural language document processing is one of the most important tasks of modern information technologies. The results are used in a wide variety of fields: from extracting new information and knowledge from scientific publications in order to create the information and analytical systems to support the scientific activities, to the analysis of blogs for the purpose of study the consumer ratings of a particular product.
To solve this problem, the various approaches are used: the study of the lower structural levels of the text, in particular, the syntax and the vocabulary, allows the usage of classic finite state algorithms that permit to obtain the reliably interpreted results, while the study of the higher structural levels of the text, the semantics and the pragmatics, requires the usage of the machine learning methods. In addition, the algorithms for natural language text processing differ markedly depending on which class this particular language belongs to: analytical, inflectional, or agglutinative.
All of the above defines a wide range of the tasks and the approaches to their solution, to which this special issue is devoted.
Prof. Dr. Evgeny Nikulchev
Prof. Dr. Vladimir Borisovich Barakhnin
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- natural language analysis
- multilevel text structure
- finite state algorithms
- machine learning methods
- analytical languages
- inflectional languages
- agglutinative languages