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Onomatopoeia, Palindrome and Semordnilap

Written by on February 11, 2018 in LISP, Natural Language Processing, Programming with 0 Comments

I had earlier¬†briefly talked about the Ilexicon project that I have been working on for some time now. The goal is to build an intelligent dictionary¬†that will come in handy while implementing NLP applications such as recognizers and generators. In today’s post, I want to demonstrate some cool features available in iLexicon. At present iLexicon […]

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Rhyming Words and Other Interesting Stuff

Written by on January 27, 2018 in LISP, Natural Language Processing, Programming with 1 Comment
Rhyming Words and Other Interesting Stuff

If you are into writing poems, stories or essays, or you just have a fascination for words, I encourage you to take a look at Datamuse. Recently I was studying about the structure of various poetic forms, and in the process of browing different sites, I stumbled upon Datamuse. I found it to be pretty […]

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Natural Language Representation of Rubrics in iCure (Part 5)

Written by on February 19, 2016 in Homeopathy with 0 Comments
Natural Language Representation of Rubrics in iCure (Part 5)

Homeopathic repertories use a stylised, structured representation of symptoms in the form of rubrics. This representation makes it easier to search for a rubric. This format has been carried over to the computer repertories too. I feel that representing rubrics in the natural text form would often make it easier to understand the meaning of […]

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