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Comparative Analysis of Text of Speech Using Text Data Mining Technique by F.Z Okwonu (231-242)
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Abstract

This paper is designed to investigate word frequency, term association(correlation)and to determine using stopwords to infer if the two speeches were given  by the same person at separate instances. The text mining (TM)approach is applied to extract  information from the  inauguration speeches. In this discussion, two different inauguration speeches are considered. The objectives of this study is to determine term frequency, term associationand to infer if these frequent words is associated to the economic growth, development of the nation or the words are auxilary words with zero information value. The analysis based on the term by document matrix indicates that word frequencies in both inauguration speeches are consistent. The pictorial analysis also revealed that the word frequencies  are consistent. Although, the most frequent words appeared 175 and 255 times for the two instances of the inauguration speeches. The analysis though based on 50%  correlation lower bound revealed that in the first inauguration speech, the following words;corruption, health, eduction, agriculture, security, defence, transportation, electricty, power, water, terrorism, oil, police, food” are highly correlatedand associated than in the second inauguration speech. Term comparison indicated that the two speeches were given by the same person due to terms similarity and frequency.

Keywords: Word, Term, Document, Corpus, Frequency, Association, Text mining.AMS Mathematics Subject Classification (2010): 94A15; 62B15

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