## Automated language processingLanguage data processing. Statistical analysis. Syntatic analysis. |

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Therefore, wherever the greatest number of frequently occurring words are found

in greatest physical proximity to each other, the probability is very high that the

information being conveyed is most

...

Therefore, wherever the greatest number of frequently occurring words are found

in greatest physical proximity to each other, the probability is very high that the

information being conveyed is most

**representative**of the article. ...The criterion is...

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When the counting process had been completed, the frequency (i.e., number of

tokens) of each content word-type was compared with a predetermined value V.

A word-type whose frequency exceeded V was considered

When the counting process had been completed, the frequency (i.e., number of

tokens) of each content word-type was compared with a predetermined value V.

A word-type whose frequency exceeded V was considered

**representative**; ...Page 145

His approach resembled Luhn's, in that he first took the

types to be the content word-types of highest frequency; second, he determined

certain groups of

third, ...

His approach resembled Luhn's, in that he first took the

**representative**word-types to be the content word-types of highest frequency; second, he determined

certain groups of

**representative**word-types to be**representative**groups; andthird, ...

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### Contents

LANGUAGE DATA PROCESSING | 1 |

Harold Borko | 3 |

Processing H P Edmundson 33 V | 33 |

Copyright | |

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algebra algorithm alphabet ambiguity automated language automated language processing automatic abstracting Bar-Hillel barycentric coordinates binary calculus called categorial grammars Chomsky coding communication concept content words data base data processing defined derived category described developed dictionary distribution document classification domain of discourse Dostert elements English example finite formal frequency function words given grammar graph human hypothesis index terms information retrieval input lexical linguistic linguistic entities logic Luhn machine Markov chain mathematical model matrix means mechanical translation ment method natural language node noun occurrence operations output parameter parsing phrase structure phrase structure grammar predicate probability problem procedures processing system processor propositions random variable relation relevance representative request rules selected semantic semilattices sentence specified statistical storage string stylistic subset symbols syntactic analysis tape techniques theory tion transformation transformational grammar tree vector verb vocabulary word type