Research on the Key Techniques of Semantic Mining of Information Digest in the Field of Agricultural Major Crops Based on Deep Learning

  • Hao G. J. M. Gong
  • Yunpeng CuiEmail author
  • Ping Qian
Conference paper
Part of the IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology book series (IFIPAICT, volume 546)


Nowadays application scopes of deep learning research in the machine learning subfield have been gradually expanded, mainly in the field of computer vision and natural language processing. However, in the latter NLP field, there is very little semantic excavation research on agricultural literature data. This paper bases on the attempting to combine relevant paradigms of semantic mining techniques and characteristics of agricultural digest data, for the service of providing new methods and technologies of information acquisition and analysis in the agricultural information domain. Data cleaning methods and data mining experiment are mainly based on deep learning algorithms, which are Seq2Seq and attention mechanism. Finally, through qualitative evaluation and quantitative evaluation of the experimental results, which based on the ROUGE evaluation index system, the experiment shows that the semantic mining model has reached the optimal level of model evaluation in the certain range.


NLP Semantic mining Deep learning ROUGE 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Agricultural Information Institute of CAASBeijingChina

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