Journal of Autonomous Intelligence

New Combined Method to Improve Arabic POS Tagging

Mohamed Labidi

Abstract


One of the important tasks in Natural language processing is the part of speech tagging. For the Arabic language we have a lot of works but their performances do not rise to the required level, due to the complexity of the task and the Arabic language characteristics. In this work we study a combination between twodifferent approaches for Arabic POS-Taggers. The first one isa maximum entropy-based one, and the second is a statistical/rule-based one. Furthermore, we add a knowledge-based method to annotate Arabic particles. Our idea improves the accuracy rate. We passed from almost 85% to almost 90% using our combined method, which seem promoter.

Keywords


POS-Tagger, Natural language processing, Arabic language

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.32629/jai.v1i2.30

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