1. What Is Part Of Speech (pos) Tagging?
Answer: According to The Stanford Natural Language Processing Group :
Part Of Speech Tagger is a piece of software that reads text in some language and assigns parts of speech to each word (and other token), such as noun, verb, adjective, etc.
PoS taggers use an algorithm to label terms in text bodies. These taggers make more complex categories than those defined as basic PoS, with tags such as “noun-plural” or even more complex labels. PoS is taught to school-age children in English grammar, where children perform basic PoS tagging as part of their education.
2. What Is Pragmatic Analysis In Nlp?
Answer: Pragmatic Analysis:
It deals with outside word knowledge, which means knowledge that is external to the documents and/or queries. It focuses on what was described as interpreted by what it actually meant, deriving the various aspects of language that require real-world knowledge.
3. Explain Dependency Parsing In Nlp?
Answer: Dependency Parsing is also known as Syntactic Parsing. Parsing In Nlp is the task of recognizing a sentence and assigning a syntactic structure to it. It is used syntactic structure is the parse tree which can be generated using some parsing algorithms. They are useful in various applications like grammar checking or more importantly it plays a critical role in the semantic analysis stage.
4. What Is Pac Learning?
Answer: PAC (Probably Approximately Correct) learning is a learning framework that has been introduced to analyze learning algorithms and their statistical efficiency.
5. What Are The Different Categories in The Sequence of Learning Process?
Answer: They are as follows.
1. Sequence prediction
2. Sequence generation
3. Sequence recognition
4. Sequential decision