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Computer programs for detecting and correcting spelling errors
Peterson investigates the basic structure of several such existing programs and their approaches to solving the problems which arise when this type of program is created.
A note on undetected typing errors
Although human proofreading is still necessary, small, topic-specific word lists in spelling programs will minimize the occurrence of undetected typing errors.
Computation Sequence Sets
Computer-based readability indexes
Computer-based document preparation systems provide many aids to the production of quality documents; none of these aids affect the meaning of the document; the document may be well-formatted and correctly spelled but still incomprehensible.
Buddy systems
Two algorithms are presented for implementing any of a class of buddy systems for dynamic storage allocation. Each buddy system corresponds to a set of recurrence relations which relate the block
Computer Programs for Spelling Correction: An Experiment in Program Design
Reading is a need and a hobby at once and this condition is the on that will make you feel that you must read.
Spelling checker
Computers are very useful for word processing, and computer programs can provide more advanced word processing assistance, such as spelling checking, spelling correction, and grammar checking.