Mobile Text Messages Text Message Analysis Natural Language Processing
Institute of Information Theories and Applications FOI ITHEA
World’s mobile market pushes past 2 billion lines in 2005. Success in these competitive markets
requires operational excellence with product and service innovation to improve the mobile performance. Mobile
users very often prefer to send a mobile instant message or text messages rather than talking on a mobile. Well
developed “written speech analysis” does not work not only with “verbal speech” but also with “mobile text
messages”. The main purpose of our paper is, firstly, to highlight the problems of mobile text messages
processing and, secondly, to show the possible ways of solving these problems.