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j'ai un projet de licence...mon projet est de faire l'étiquetage morphosyntaxique des textes arabes en utilisant un réseau de neurone MLP pour faire l'apprentissage a partir d'un corpus étiqueté manuellement. pour faire sa, je peut faire la segmentation du texte puis l'extraction des caractéristiques (ou bien des paramètres) des mots. ces paramètres seront appliquées comme des entrées a mon réseau et à la sortie on trouve qu'il y a un code pour chaque mots a reconnaitre et on fait un apprentissage supervisé.
le problème est: comment je peut codifier les mots arabes par cette methodes?

I have a project license ... my project is to the morphosyntactic tagging of Arabic texts using an MLP neural network for learning from a corpus manually tagged. to his, I can text segmentation and feature extraction (or parameters) of words. these parameters are applied as inputs to my network and found out that there is a code word for each to recognize and it is a supervised learning.
the problem is: How can I consolidate the Arabic words for this method?
Updated 7-Nov-11 19:35pm
Sander Rossel 5-Nov-11 11:18am    
CodeProject is clearly an English website... Please use English language here.
Mehdi Gholam 5-Nov-11 12:10pm    
EDIT-> translated
HADI ARGELINO 5-Nov-11 14:54pm    
ok thanks for this information
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 5-Nov-11 23:00pm    
Not clear. What do you mean by "consolidate"? Also, Java uses Unicode. What's the difference, Arabic or not? All scripts are supported in the same way...
TorstenH. 7-Nov-11 1:20am    
Are you talking about some kind of handwriting recognition?

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HADI ARGELINO 9-Nov-11 12:41pm    
my problem is not in morphosyntactic..... the problem is posed in codification of arabic word (how i can pass from parameter of word to code for this word using a neural network)... thanks for your answers and your help

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