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Using the Web for Language Independent Spellchecking and Autocorrection

Using the Web for Language Independent Spellchecking and Autocorrection,Casey Whitelaw,Ben Hutchinson,Grace Chung,Ged Ellis

Using the Web for Language Independent Spellchecking and Autocorrection   (Citations: 2)
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    • ...Therefore, recent research has focused on the use of Web corpora and search logs, rather than human-compiled lexicons, to infer knowledge about spellings and word usages in search queries (e.g., Whitelaw et al., 2009; Cucerzan and Brill, 2004).,... almost all of the spellers mentioned above are based on a pre-defined dictionary (generally either a lexicon against which the edit distance is computed, or a set of real-word confusion pairs), recent research on query spelling correction focuses on exploiting noisy Web corpora and query logs to infer knowledge about misspellings and word usage in search queries (e.g., Cucerzan and Brill 2004; Ahmad and Kondrak, 2005; Li et al., 2006; Whitelaw ...

    Jianfeng Gaoet al. A Large Scale Ranker-Based System for Search Query Spelling Correction

    • ...Zhang et al. [5] propose an approach to spelling correction based on Aspell...

    Franco Maria Nardiniet al. On Tag Spell Checking

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