Title: Restricted Legal Dictionary generation for Legal Domain Specific Mining

Author(s): B.V. Rama Krishna1, B. Basaveswar Rao2, K.Gangadhar Rao3,K.Chandan4


1Research Scholar, Dept. of CSE

2Professor Computer Center

3Professor CSE Department

4Professor Dept. of Statistics

Acharya Nagarjuna University

             


Abstract

The Indian legal domain maintains largest heterogeneous multi domain based text corpora. In order to document specific search domain specific dictionaries are widely acceptable compared to whole legal dictionary. Many domain specific dictionary extractions proposed by various authors for business and scientific domains. In this paper we proposed a two stage domain specific dictionary for legal domain. The approach helps to construct Restricted Legal Dictionary which is domain specific in nature. The dictionary constructed supports text mining mechanisms over specific crime (dowry) based legal documents and improves the BoW construction with higher domain specific terminology. The Restricted Legal Dictionary constructed in this paper improves the efficiency of similarity measures during document comparison techniques


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