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From d.heidarp...@ut.ac.ir
Subject Re: UIMA Question
Date Wed, 05 Aug 2015 15:58:05 GMT
I have the same goal but for persian, although persian and arabic are
different languages but they're using almost same orthography and I'm
planning to develope a framework with basic modules for normalizing,
stemming, POStagging, syntactic analysis, semantic/sentiment extraction
and more. Actually we are a team of 6/7  students (less or more) and each
one tries to develope one module as his/her own thesis. The whole effort
should be a framework to use in text/audio engineering apps and more
importantly for an IR system.
Is this architecture suitable for such task and language?
Davood Heidarpour

> Hi,
> at the level of the internal data representation, UIMA certainly supports
> arabic. However, specific visualization tools or analysis components may
> not support it. So if you want to program your own analysis with UIMA, you
> should be ok. If you want to use UIMA out-of-the-box for Arabic or other
> RTL languages, you might be hitting a wall.
> If you can explain in more detail what you plan to do, maybe we can give
> some more specific pointers.
> Cheers,
> -- Richard
> On 05.08.2015, at 11:09, Khaled Zaki <khaledamir93@gmail.com> wrote:
>> hi,
>>   this is khaled from Cairo University , and I'm using UIMA for the
>> first
>> time and I'm having a question considering the text mining , I was
>> wondering if the UIMA support mining the Arabic language or not and if
>> yes
>> what should I do , as I have tried to browse an Arabic file but it
>> failed
>> regards
>> Thank You in Advance.

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