Enhance Features in URDU.KON-TB

  • Saima Munir Department of Computer Science & Information Technology, University of Sargodht,40100 Sargodha , Pakistan

Abstract

In this paper, we enhance features are the head & dependent relationship and functional tagset is marked by dependency grammar rules in URDU.KON-TB for increase the accuracy. The SSP and SSS tagset are using [1]. In this way, we conduct one experiment with six different feature models using MaltParser. First we check converted ability of URDU.KON-TB in domain of dependency parsing through conversion, so that’s why we need to proposed formula and defined rules.

Keywords: URDU.KON-TB, Converted ability, Enhance features and MaltParser

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Munir, S. “Enhance Features in URDU.KON-TB”. International Multidisciplinary Research Journal, Vol. 9,  , pp. 01-03, doi:https://doi.org/10.25081/imrj.2019.v9.4254.
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