Primitive Part-of-Speech Tagging using Word Length and Sentential Structure

@article{Cozens1998PrimitivePT,
  title={Primitive Part-of-Speech Tagging using Word Length and Sentential Structure},
  author={Simon Cozens},
  journal={CoRR},
  year={1998},
  volume={cmp-lg/9808011}
}
It has been argued that, when learning a first language, babies use a series of small clues to aid recognition and comprehension, and that one of these clues is word length. In this paper we present a statistical part of speech tagger which trains itself solely on the number of letters in each word in a sentence. 

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