A Natural Language Architecture

Adesina Simon Sodiya


Natural languages are the latest generation of programming languages, which require processing real human natural expressions. Over the years, several groups or researchers have trying to develop widely accepted natural language languages based on artificial intelligence (AI). But no true natural language has been developed. The goal of this work is to design a natural language preprocessing architecture that identifies and accepts programming instructions or sentences in their natural forms and generate equivalent codes in the base high level language. The new programming language platform developed called H++, translates and processes real human natural expressions. Using Visual Basic 6.0 as the base high level programming language, the implementation resulted in an interactive and easy to use natural language platform.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.2498/cit.1000755

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