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Re: VMs: Clustering by context - promising or not?
This sounds great, Petr. By all means try it or
AntMover! I know you tried Son of Glotto. Did you
ever get anywhere with it?
Gabriel and Mark Perakh looked at the syntax of
Voynichese, but the surface has just been scratched...
> I found this:
> SenseClusters creates clusters of given text instances (an instance could be
> a group of one or more sentences that form a context of the target word)
> such that instances grouped together in the same cluster are contextually
> more similar to each other than to other instances and thus are more likely
> to use same meaning of the target word. Each cluster thus represents a
> single word meaning that is shared by the instances belonging to that
> I would dearly like to let this loose on the VMS, but I'm afraid that it is
> a hell of a job getting it to work. On the other hand it might be a great
> way to distiguish gibberish text from natural language.
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