Surapant Meknavin

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This paper presents an algorithm for selecting an appropriate classifier word for a noun. In Thai language, it frequently happens that there is fluctuation in the choice of classifier for a given concrete noun, both from the point of view of the whole speech community and individual speakers. Basically, there is no exact rule for classifier selection. As(More)
For languages that have no explicit word boundary such as Thai, Chinese and Japanese, correcting words in text is harder than in English because of additional ambiguities in locating error words. The traditional method handles this by hypothesizing that every substrings in the input sentence could be error words and trying to correct all of them. In this(More)
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