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A Novel Approach to Paraphrase Hindi Sentences using Natural Language Processing

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  • School of Computer Science Engineering, Lovely Professional University, Phagwara – 144411, Punjab, India

Abstract


Background/Objectives: Nowadays, most of the automatic work has been done in English language but not much work has been done in Hindi language. The main objective is to convert the existing sentence in different form by remaining the semantic or meaning same. This will helpful in converting the complex sentence into simpler one.Methods/Statistical Analysis:Our system mainly deals with Hindi Sentences and its different forms. It takes a sentence as input and produces another sentence without changing its semantic after applying synonyms and antonyms replacement method.Findings:Reframing of Hindi sentences can be used to change a complex sentence in simplified form.The system is implemented in java. WampServer is used as database for our system. In our paper, we have described complete algorithm to paraphrase the sentences. The performance of the system is totally dependent on the size of Database. Application/Improvements:This application can be helpful in designing robots to understand different forms of Hindi sentences, to use as Hindi tutor for students to get them idea about different form of sentences and in plagiarism tools to find the higher level of plagiarized text up to certain extent. The test results have been verified by various tutors.

Keywords

Antonyms, Paraphrase, Parsing, Synonyms, Transliteration.

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