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Four types of context for automatic spelling correction

  title={Four types of context for automatic spelling correction},
  author={M. Flor},
  journal={Trait. Autom. des Langues},
  • M. Flor
  • Published 2012
  • Computer Science
  • Trait. Autom. des Langues
  • This paper presents an investigation on using four types of contextual information for improving the accuracy of automatic correction of single-token non-word misspellings. The task is framed as contextually-informed re-ranking of correction candidates. Immediate local context is captured by word n-grams statistics from a Web-scale language model. The second approach measures how well a candidate correction fits in the semantic fabric of the local lexical neighborhood, using a very large… CONTINUE READING
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