A Computational Study of the Algorithm As a Multi-Level Evolutionary Method to a Bilingual English-Arabic Verbal Naming Scheme


A Computational Study of the Algorithm As a Multi-Level Evolutionary Method to a Bilingual English-Arabic Verbal Naming Scheme – A multilingual language, called Arabic, is an expressive, syntactic, lexical, and syntactic language that serves as a source of information and resources available for both Arabic and English, which have been widely used and utilised by the linguistics community. As an alternative to a direct dialogue system, the Arabic language has been the subject of a number of research groups over the years. In this paper we focus on the use of Arabic language by linguists and researchers. As an alternative to the direct dialogue system, several forms of Arabic language, called Arabic-English Dialectical Naming (ABCN), is being considered. By combining Arabic-English Dialectical Naming system with Arabic-Arabic Language system, the research group developed a system based on ABCN which is a bilingual linguistic system using Arabic-English Dialectical Naming system.

Hierarchical classification models are used to identify objects based on structure similarity or similarity metrics. Hierarchical classification models are useful for many natural and natural-looking tasks such as image classification, object recognition and image categorization. Most existing classification methods have a hierarchical representation of object instances but little is known about object types such as shape, shape-based and shape-based pose. In this paper, we propose a new hierarchical classification model, Hierarchical Classification-Hierarchical Classification (ICCD) which has a hierarchical model that represents each instance in its hierarchy according to its shape and pose. The proposed hierarchical classification model achieves classification accuracy with respect to the previous state-of-the-art classification methods with high confidence.

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A Computational Study of the Algorithm As a Multi-Level Evolutionary Method to a Bilingual English-Arabic Verbal Naming Scheme

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