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Automatic Evaluation Of Computer Science thesis Using Domain Ontology

@inproceedings{Hussain2013AutomaticEO,
  title={Automatic Evaluation Of Computer Science thesis Using Domain Ontology},
  author={Mohammed Muzaffar Hussain},
  year={2013}
}
  • Mohammed Muzaffar Hussain
  • Published 2013
  • Computer Science
  • Because of advanced in word process technologies, spell checking and grammar checks have become instant. Nonetheless, checking abstract errors from any given text has received little attention from similar researches. An example for abstract error is falsehood. The detection of abstract errors on any plain text is a challenging task for computers. Two of the major challenges are the unstructured nature of text documents and the lack of representation of common sense and domain specific… CONTINUE READING
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