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1AutoTagTCG : a Framework for Automatic Thai CG Taggingalgorithms, CRF and Statistical alignment model based on information theory (SAM). We found that SAM gives the best results both...

2Learning Language Identification Models: a Comparative Analysis of the Distinctive Features of Names and Common Words2010  Stasinos Konstantopoulossystems. Shannon (1948) transferred the concept in information theory, de ning it as the expected (on average) number of...

3Evaluation of Classification Algorithms and Features for Collocation Extraction in Croatianthe first to use lexical AMs based on statistics and information theory were Church and Hanks (1990). A lexical AM measures...

4Assessing Divergence Measures for Automated Document Routing in an Adaptive MT Systema “domain.” Divergence measures, originating from information theory, compare the probability distributions of the elements...

5TermBased Identification of Sentences for Text SummarisationThese tools include frequency counting, formulas from information theory, formulas which take into account the context of words...

6Collocations as Word CoOcurrence Restriction Data  an Application to Japanese Word Processorlly Optimal Decoding Algorithm. In IEEE Trans. on Information Theory, 13. Church,K.W . et al. (1990). W ord Association...

7Comparative Evaluation of Collocation Extraction Metricsnal Linguistics, 19/1: 6174. Gallager R., 1968. Information theory and reliable communication. John Wiley & Sons, Inc...

8Highlighting Latent Structure in Documentsery/ Cover T. and Thomas J. (1991). Elements of Information Theory. Wiley & sons. Duda R.O. and Hart P.E. (1973). Pattern...

9A Complete Understanding Speech System Based on Semantic ConceptsK. Smali, and J.P. Haton, 2002. Neural network and information theory in speech understanding. In International Workshop...

10A XMLBased Term Extraction Tool for Basquethis field by Church and Hanks (1989), was taken from Information Theory. Other measures such as the loglikelihood ratio (LL)...