Monthly Archives: May 2013

How spell: Using StringNet to fill in gaps

The data structure of StringNet (SN) makes it useful in ways we didn’t have in mind when we designed it. One of those ways is letting SN provide accurate fuller versions of expressions that we remember only partially or imperfectly. … Continue reading

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How StringNet differs from a corpus and why

The most widely known type of resource for accessing language data for language analysis is corpora. And the most common way of accessing corpus content is through concordancing software. Their most common function is the keyword in context search (KWIC … Continue reading

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