Tag: LiteDB

Implementing iLexicon using LiteDB

Written by on March 28, 2021 in Natural Language Processing, Programming, Prolog with 0 Comments
Implementing iLexicon using LiteDB

iLexicon is an “intelligent” dictionary that can be used to build Natural Language applications. I have two implementations, one in Lisp and another in Prolog. Both implementations are memory-based, in order to speed up performance. I have written several articles referencing it, for example see this. ¬† LiteDB is a NoSQL database for .NET. I […]

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LiteDB: A NoSQL Database for .NET

Written by on February 14, 2021 in Programming with 0 Comments
LiteDB: A NoSQL Database for .NET

I have been looking around for a compact embedded NoSQL database library for .NET, to use as the back-end of my “iLexicon” system. “iLexicon” is written in Lisp and Prolog (I have written a few articles¬†on it before). At present, the entire dictionary component (containing over 300,000 word entries) is resident in memory, and the […]

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