May 10, 2024, 1:42 a.m. | Tanya Malhotra


In Natural Language Processing (NLP) tasks, data cleaning is an essential step before tokenization, particularly when working with text data that contains unusual word separations such as underscores, slashes, or other symbols in place of spaces. Since common tokenizers frequently rely on spaces to split text into distinct tokens, this problem can have a major […]

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