An Emergent Approach to Text Analysis Based on a Connectionist Model and the Web
AbstractIn this paper, we present a method to provide proactive assistance in text checking, based on usage relationships between words structuralized on the Web. For a given sentence, the method builds a connectionist structure of relationships between word n-grams. Such structure is then parameterized by means of an unsupervised and language agnostic optimization process. Finally, the method provides a representation of the sentence that allows emerging the least prominent usage-based relational patterns, helping to easily find badly-written and unpopular text. The study includes the problem statement and its characterization in the literature, as well as the proposed solving approach and some experimental use. View Full-Text
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Cimino, M.G.; Vaglini, G. An Emergent Approach to Text Analysis Based on a Connectionist Model and the Web. Algorithms 2013, 6, 565-590.
Cimino MG, Vaglini G. An Emergent Approach to Text Analysis Based on a Connectionist Model and the Web. Algorithms. 2013; 6(3):565-590.Chicago/Turabian Style
Cimino, Mario G.; Vaglini, Gigliola. 2013. "An Emergent Approach to Text Analysis Based on a Connectionist Model and the Web." Algorithms 6, no. 3: 565-590.