Numerical Simulation of Ambiguity Resolution in Multiple Information Streams Based on Network Machine Translation

Complexity 2020:1-10 (2020)


In natural language, the phenomenon of polysemy is widespread, which makes it very difficult for machines to process natural language. Word sense disambiguation is a key issue in the field of natural language processing. This paper introduces the more common statistical learning methods used in the field of word sense disambiguation. Using the naive Bayesian machine learning method and the feature vector set extracted and constructed by the Dice coefficient method, a semantic word disambiguation model based on semantics is realized. The results of comparative experiments show that the proposed method is better compared with known systems. This paper proposes a method for disambiguation of word segmentation in professional fields based on unsupervised learning. This method does not rely on professional domain knowledge and training corpus and only uses the frequency, mutual information, and boundary entropy information of the string in the test corpus to solve the problem of word segmentation ambiguity. The experimental results show that these three evaluation standards can solve the problem of word segmentation ambiguity in professional fields and improve the effect of word segmentation. Among them, the segmentation result using mutual information is the best, and the performance is stable.

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