A literature survey on question answering system in natural language processing

 
 
 
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    In order to respond to usual free form of questions that is contained in a large collection of informative texts or information. For this to hap-pen one must understand what type of questions are being imposed and thus to also know a few knowledge about the process. The con-straints will include the semantic and syntactic knowledge and framing that sort of question with possible correct answers. Thus this paper gives you a clear vision of how its being worked on question answering and thus it presents a machine learning approach. Also ways a important way of giving answers to closed domain in a different data set of know.

     


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    Natural Language Processing (NlP); Semantic Knowledge; Pragmatic Knowledge; Syntactic Knowledge.

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Article ID: 14209
 
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i2.33.14209




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