stemming algorithm


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Synonyms for stemming algorithm

an algorithm for removing inflectional and derivational endings in order to reduce word forms to a common stem

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In addition to implementing the LSA computations described in the introduction, Gensim contains a general library for topic modeling, document indexing and similarity retrieval for large corpora of texts, as well as the Porter stemming algorithm.
The PTStemmer is a toolkit that provides Java, Python, and .NET C# implementations of several Portuguese language stemming algorithms (Orengo, Porter, and Savoy).
Lancaster, (2010) Lancaster, The Lancaster Stemming Algorithm, other stemmers, http:// www.comp.
[33] experimental results show that the suggested hybrid method of statistical and light stemmers is the most suitable stemming algorithm for Arabic language and gives generalization accuracy of about 98%.
(4) Bacchin, M., Ferro, N., Melucci, M., (2002) "Experiments to evaluate a statistical stemming algorithm", Proceedings of the international Cross-Language Evaluation Forum Workshop, University of Padua at CLEF 2002.
Porter, best known as the author of the Porter Stemming Algorithm, worked in information retrieval research at Cambridge University for over 9 years.
We refer to the group of words that result in a common root after applying a specific stemming algorithm as a conflation or equivalence class.
For example, a stemming algorithm reduces the words "fishing", "fished", "fish", and "fisher" to the root word, "fish".
Popular stemming algorithm, Porter's stemming algorithm has been used [5].
Porter's stemming algorithm [16] was applied to remove prefixes and suffixes to obtain word stems.
After traversing the whole document, identifying its words, omitting its stop-list terms and phrases, and identifying its nouns and verbs, a stemming algorithm is applied to each word, in the second phase.