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How to read a text passage or a subjective description and make inference or conclusion from that written text whether the passage or text written is good bad.. or upto the mark. Please help me ..suggest me how to implement it on asp.net and c#
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Posted 3-Oct-11 4:19am
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Solution 1

What you ask for is almost impossible to do.
A spell checker will check the grammar for you (a grammar is somewhat a set of rules so is programmable at to least to some extent).
 
However, the inherent meaning of the passage is not something that you can program.
A person A may like a passage but a person B will hate it.
 
So, its virtually impossible to infer a piece of text.
 
You could write a research paper on this and publish it.
It might win a few awards if you are successful.
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Mehdi Gholam at 3-Oct-11 10:49am
   
My 5!
Abhinav S at 3-Oct-11 12:43pm
   
Thank you.
SAKryukov at 3-Oct-11 19:20pm
   
Assuming the words about "awards" are ironic, my 5. :-)
--SA
Abhinav S at 4-Oct-11 0:10am
   
Thanks for the 5.
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Solution 2

Natural language processing is one of the hardest things to do.
 
The only thing near this that I have heard of is the IBM's jeopardy player supercomputer.
 
If you do this you could make a lot of money.
 
Good luck!
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Abhinav S at 3-Oct-11 12:44pm
   
My 5. More or less impossible to do.

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