Chinese Text Retrieval Without Using a Dictionary

@inproceedings{Chen1997ChineseTR,
  title={Chinese Text Retrieval Without Using a Dictionary},
  author={Aitao Chen and Jianzhang He and Liangjie Xu and Fredric C. Gey and Jason Meggs},
  booktitle={SIGIR},
  year={1997}
}
It is generafly believed that words, rather than characters, should be the smallest indexing unit for Chinese text retrieval systems, and that it is essential to have a comprehensive Chinese dictionary or lexicon for Chhmse text retrieval systems to do well. Chinese text has no delimiters to mark woni boundaries. As a result, any text retrieval systems that build word-based indexes need to segment text into words. We implemented several statistical and dictionary-hazed word segmentation methods… CONTINUE READING
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